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Tweets for 2012-07-26

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Tweets for 2012-07-19

  • A good example of the complete contempt an advert can display for its target http://t.co/TcSLDzzk #
  • Data sleuthing causes resignation of another social psychologist, @edyong209 reports http://t.co/UrwCP1Zo #
  • Berlin report http://t.co/TTrE3lOv an even-more-pondering-than-usual post #
  • My latest for @BBC_Future, how possession distorts our values and how to fight back (uk-readable link) http://t.co/p6lGWQ09 #
  • Sinister RT @PaulLewis: We cannot name the judge, court or case. But here is the most we can say court ban on BBC film: http://t.co/B9yXQNYg #
  • I take that back, the court order is probably not sinister, it is probably due to someone in the doc being involved in an ongoing case #
  • 2007 paper with a nice review of the idea that colour might enhance performance (in brief: evidence is checkered)
    http://t.co/Bc2uDggQ #
  • I said "Perception is about meaning". http://t.co/TTrE3lOv Blog comment asks: "what is the citation for that?" Any one got any offers? #
  • Reading (and puzzling over): The Master and his Emissary, The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World by Iain McGilchrist #
  • Seeking a touch-typist in Sheffield who will volunteer to have their brain fMRI scanned on the 8th of August. Y'know, for science. Pls RT #

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Tweets for 2012-07-12

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Tweets for 2012-07-05

  • This is surely a great example of some principle of the psychology of reasoning: "the Beatles never existed" http://t.co/ZoGUgkdf #
  • And so to sunny Aberystwyth for three days… #
  • .@mikedewar dude, next time you try to convince a scientist to switch to python, mention this http://t.co/SfezcChX #
  • "Infants in Control: Rapid Anticipation of Action Outcomes in a Gaze-Contingent Paradigm" http://t.co/GDu83V8S #
  • That last paper conceptually very similar to our new action acquisition task http://t.co/N83NUmuD except training eye-movements #
  • Couldn't we solve SEO spam by google instituting a *penalty* for sites seen to be spamming? #
  • Currently spammers only have potential benefits, and bloggers bear the cost #
  • "Why I am always unlucky but you are always careless" http://t.co/Ie2R3keH my latest column for @BBC_Future #

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