Thursday, 2 October 2014

NEUROSCEPTIC FUN

Too deep for tears
 
The high jinks of the neuro people have attracted considerable attention in Conductive Education over the years. 
 
If you fancy a wry grin, you might enjoy some of the following:
 
(flippant)
 
(cinéaste)
 
(heavy)
 
You have to laugh...
 
Ten percent of the brain
 
The film, Lucy, looks like it is conceived out of the Braveheart tradition of neuropsychology, and may grant further bemused amusement:
 
 
To be serious for a moment:
 
 
References

Brookes, X. (2014) Lucy review – Luc Besson's cerebral sci-fi is set to overload, Observer, 24 August
http://www.theguardian.com/film/2014/aug/24/lucy-film-review-scarlett-johansson-luc-besson-morgan-freeman

Burnett, D. (2014) Brand new brain myths to keep neurobloggers in work, Guardian (blog), 29 September
http://www.theguardian.com/science/brain-flapping/2014/aug/29/new-brain-myths-susan-greenfield-lucy-2014?CMP=twt_gu
 
Fine, C, (2014) 'Mind change: how digital technologies are leaving their mark on our brains' (review of book by Susan Greenfield), Financial Times, 15 August
 
Jarrett, C. (2012) All you need to know about the 10 percent brain myth, in 60 seconds, Brain Watch, 2 July
 

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