Thursday, January 27, 2011

Daniel Simons and Christopher Chabris, authors of The Invisible Gorilla (about the selective attention video we all love to show, among other fascination topics) posted on their blog about a new project Dr. Simons is doing with his students:

Dr. Simons' students will be writing each week about new research across all the subdisciplines of psychology. This may be a great resource for interested high school psych students/teachers to dip into current areas of research in a concise and readable format. The first couple posts are about the ubiquity of fMRI data over EEG data in recent studies and the relationship between stress and perception.

posted by Rob McEntarffer

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