Brain Links


Bob’s College Webpage

This is an extremely useful site to everyone interested in the brain and learning.
This site has an excellent set of resources. You will enjoy the monthly column from Bob Sylwester and others.
This is an excellent site. Be sure to see it. There is a terrific newsletter available on line that updates brain research.
Karolinska Institute, Sweden, is one of Europe’s largest medical universities. This site has some fascinating links to neurology sites.
This is a terrific website for teachers and their students. This comprehensive web site has information on the nervous system, experiments and activities and excellent on-line and off-line resources.
The Atlas on the brain, online from Harvard University

Project Zero from Harvard University – Co-directors are Howard Gardiner and David Perkins. This site deals with multiple intelligences. Excellent resources and ideas.
William Calvin is the author of How Brains Think and many other excellent books.

This CNN report talks about the links between cocaine, marijuana and cancer.
A very interesting site. It has a number of short tests. Don’t bet the farm on the results.

Competing for Consciousness: How Subconscious thoughts cook on the back burner. – an article by William Calvin

National Council on Alcohol and Drug Addiction. This site has information and links that are very valuable for anyone working with people who have addiction problems.

Centre for Cognitive Studies – Daniel Dennett, director.

COMPETING FOR CONSCIOUSNESS: How Subconscious Thoughts Cook on the Backburner – Article by William Calvin

(University of Helsinki (Finland) – Cognitive Brain Research Unit (CBRU) – The focus of the scientific work is on human auditory information processing, memory and attention. There are currently about 30 researchers, lead by Professor Risto Näätänen.

John F. Kennedy Center for Research on Human Development – Vanderbilt University

Neuropsychology Central – a comprehensive Web meta-source devoted exclusively to the subject of Human Neuropsychology

BrainMap – a set of software tools which interface with a database management system to increase the user’s understanding of the function and anatomy of the human brain. BrainMap allows quick, extensive access to images derived from research on human funcational neuroanatomy.

This web site, Neurosciences on the Internet, has a very comprehensive list of neuroscience resources available on the internet (web sites, e-mail lists, ftp sites, and some gopher and telnet resources). Check out the hyperlinks to “Best Bets” and “Recent additions.”

This is Montgomery County Public Schools’ list of websites that provides teaching and learning resources to support the inclusion of multiple intelligences, learning styles, and brain-based learning strategies into instructional programs. Its hyperlink to shows dissections of the human brain.

This web site leads to an article about “Mind and Brain” which is an excerpt from How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School by John D. Bransford, Ann L. Brown, and Rodney R *bleep*ing, Editors; Committee on Developments in the Science of Learning, National Research Council.

This is an intriguing collection of tutorials on basic neural functions maintained by John H. Krantz, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Psychology, Hanover College. Try them out.

Do you have a teen or two in your life? Ever wonder what’s going on in their heads? This web site has articles about getting inside a teen’s brain. It includes lesson plans based on using CNN’s stories on teens’ brains.

This is Dr. Eric Chudler’s Web site. It has an abundance of links to other good brain resources on the internet. Dr. Chudler is a behavioral neurophysiologist and a Research Associate Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Washington.


Inside the Human Brain

It is clear that no two human brains are alike. Our brains are suffused with a vast number of interdependent networks. To learn more about the brain visit the captioned web site. This web site contains Digital Anatomist Interactive Atlases: Interactive brain. It has colourful, navigable images of the brain.


Brain Briefings

The Brain Briefings web page has information and links that pertains to the neural function of the body. It has a detailed information linkage on the Nervous system disorders and diseases, nervous system repair, senses, memory, brain mechanisms, brain Injury, development of the brain and other related topics. The web page connections include articles that answer basic neuroscience questions and definitions for a lay audience.

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