Friday Jul 13th, 2012

What is the probability that you are dreaming right now?

By Jan Westerhoff
Most people think that even though it is possible that they are dreaming right now, the probability for this is very small, perhaps as small as winning the lottery or being struck by lightning. In fact the probability is quite high. Let’s do the maths.
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Thursday Apr 17th, 2014

A conversation with Craig Panner, Associate Editorial Director of Medicine Books

Craig Panner on his role at Oxford and the state of medical publishing
Thursday Apr 17th, 2014

What’s the secret to high scores on video games?

The role of music and sound effects in video games
Sunday Apr 13th, 2014

Parent practices: change to develop successful, motivated readers

Top tips for enhancing shared reading time
Sunday Apr 13th, 2014

What is clinical reasoning?

Lloyd A. Wells on the consideration of the evidence and efforts to assess it
Thursday
Apr 10th, 2014

A conversation with Alberto Gallace

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Friday
Apr 4th, 2014

A question of consciousness

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Thursday
Apr 3rd, 2014

Dementia on the beach

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Sunday
Mar 30th, 2014

Dopamine, Twitter, and the bilingual brain

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Thursday
Mar 27th, 2014

Expressing ourselves about expressiveness in music

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Monday
Mar 24th, 2014

Plausible fictions and irrational coherence

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Thursday
Mar 20th, 2014

From art to autism: a Q&A with Uta Frith

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Thursday
Mar 13th, 2014

Kitty Genovese and the bystander effect: 50 years on

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Thursday
Mar 13th, 2014

Memories of Andy Calder

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