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Phineas Gage Home Page
A comprehensive site about all things Gage maintained by Malcolm Macmillan of the School of Psychology, Deakin University, Victoria. Australia.

Neuroscience for Kids
Lobes of the Brain Find out more about the frontal lobe on this in-depth, multi-media site. Take the "Lobe Poll" and weigh in on your favorite part of the brain.

No Longer Gage:
A Glimpse into Sociability, Temperament and the Brain Gage's legacy to neuroscience and psychology. By Julia Johnson.

Neuroscience for Kids - The Stroop Effect
Test your own mental agility with this on-line version of a classic experiment.

Center for Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Shriver Center, UMass Medical School
Home page of Adele Diamond's research lab, which promotes understanding of neurological and behavioral development.

Adele Diamond
Adele Diamond's home page. Includes more information about her research and links to relevant sites.

Research Interests of Jonathan D. Cohen
Home page of Jonathan D. Cohen, Professor of Psychology Director, Center for the Study of Brain, Mind and Behavior Princeton University.

Whole Brain Atlas
Compare images of healthy and diseased brains on this information-packed site. Compilations of CT, MRI and PET scans.

The Prefrontal Cortex - Headquarters of Humanity
Get to know the "remarkable prefrontal cortex, where wisdom reigns," and how to prevent brain injury.

The Prefrontal Cortex
Put the pieces together to learn more about brain anatomy with this educational, interactive puzzle.

Differences in brain usage among Braille readers shed new light on the relationship between thought and language
A 2001 news feature on research by scientists at Vanderbuilt University. By David F. Salisbury

National Braille Press
This site is a rich source of information about Braille, including free downloads, a catalogue of Braille publications, information on Braille transcription services and a children's Braille book club.

American Council on the Blind
The ACB site includes recent issues of The Braille Forum, speech-friendly software you can download, job listings, and information about the ACB's radio station.

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Strokes
This federal agency site, affiliated with the National Institutes of Health, highlights government research being conducted in all facets of neurological study.

An Introduction to Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)
Learn more about TMS, the research tool used by Alvaro Pascual-Leone in the story "The Sight of Touch".

Dr. Jordan Grafman
To read more about Dr. Grafman’s research interests, visit his page at the National Institutes of Health. Or check out the NIH main page

Brain Injury Association Home page
This award-winning site is packed with information about brain injury prevention, rehabilitation and education.

Society for Neuroscience Homepage
Along with information on numerous brain diseases, this site lists links pertaining to brain disorders ranging from headaches to Huntington’s disease.

Traumatic Brain Injury Chat Room Web Site
A comprehensive list of resources concerning traumatic brain injury.

Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition
Find links to other research institutions, on-line discussions and professional publications.

 

 


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