Archive for June, 2009

Human Brain Mapping 2009 – Presentations

I want to thank everyone at the Human Brain Mapping conference for their excellent comments and insight on my research. I had an unbroken string of amazing conversations with researchers from around the world – it was a real treat. Below you will find copies of both posters that I presented at HBM along with […]

Atlantic Salmon Index

This post serves as an index of the articles that reference the ‘Neural correlates of interspecies perspective taking in the post-mortem Atlantic Salmon: An argument for multiple comparisons correction’ paper. There have been four posts so far, each listed below: [1] Human Brain Mapping 2009 – Presentations [2] Atlantic Salmon – MRI Data […]

June 15, 2009 • Posted in: Meta • 3 Comments

My first NIH grant proposal

My postdoc adviser Mike Miller and I spent several weeks last April writing a grant proposal requesting ARRA economic stimulus money to do some aging research. Mike has written several grants before, so he is a bit of a pro. In contrast I have never needed to submit a NIH grant proposal. I had steady […]

June 10, 2009 • Posted in: CogNeuro, Psychology • 3 Comments

Voodoo Perspectives on Psychological Science

I received my May 2009 issue of Perspectives on Psychological Science in the mail last week. This is the issue containing the original Voodoo Correlations paper along with responses from, well, just about everybody. Man, is it chock-full of debate. I don’t know if I have ever seen a journal volume published with more commentary […]