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My Guts, Exposed: Reviewer Comments for a Rejected Manuscript

💔💔💔 This is exhibitionism at its finest. Feed your internal sadist with my failures. Feast your eyes on the diatribes of learned people against my pathetic excuse for a manuscript. Okay, enough of that. I found the criticism ultimately helpful. Was it painful to read? Sure, a little bit. But some of the best things in life hurt a little. I submitted this paper to … Continue reading My Guts, Exposed: Reviewer Comments for a Rejected Manuscript

Sun, 26.01.2020, 13:00: Steve Garofano on polyrhythms, music and the brain at CTM

Sunday, 26 January: come by Kunstquartier Bethanian: Studio 1 (Mariannenpl. 2, 10997 Berlin) at 13:00 and for a tale of brains and beats. The event, a part of the CTM Festival Research Networking day, is free and open to the public.  Steve Garafano is a neuroscience researcher and musician who recently completed his Master’s thesis at the Berlin School of Mind and Brain with Drs. … Continue reading Sun, 26.01.2020, 13:00: Steve Garofano on polyrhythms, music and the brain at CTM

Neuroscience Podcasts to Seriously Send Those Brain Cells Firing

by Zara Khan MSc Student, Charité MedNeuro Those with a story-telling flair can keep one indulged for hours. Others that present educational or scientific content keep you intellectually engaged and listening to them are by no means a passive activity. If the podcast’s host has a dulcet tone and knows how to keep things moving, even stuff that you probably couldn’t care less about will … Continue reading Neuroscience Podcasts to Seriously Send Those Brain Cells Firing