A year in blogging – the most popular posts of the past year

What use are PhD’s? What future do they have?
Hellraiser, sadomasochism, distributed and dismembered consciousness, and the brain’s experience of pain
Electroconvulsive shock and transcranial stimulation as torture methods in George Orwell’s 1984
Many contrarian thoughts and bullet-points about MOOCs
The stressed brain… Impacts on work, business and cognition
Reflections on the representations and implications of torture from medieval Siena (the Museo della Tortura) and London (the London Dungeon)
Managing your brain to optimise learning and memory: Some notes
Pls RT: Research Professorships: Human Brain Imaging/Cognitive Neuroscience
Please RT: Position vacant, Professor in Neuroscience – Trinity College, the University of Dublin
Here’s why the MOOCs don’t work… (and maybe how they can be made to work)
We only use 10% of our brains? That’s 100% wrong
Lots of thinking on consciousness and what it’s about around at the moment: some comments and links
Scientific and Technical Breakthrough of the Year: Using 3D Printing for in vivo Neurophysiology
Doing a TEDx talk – some thoughts
Is there really a replication crisis in science? And is there really a problem with the reliability and validity of the published literature?
How many drug trials for Alzheimer’s disease have failed? Why do so many new therapeutic drugs fail in development?

Author: Shane O'Mara

Neuroscientist, Psychologist, Writer

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