Google’s Effects on Memory

Columbia University Psychologist Betsy Sparrow discusses her newest research that examines the effect living in a search engine rich society has on the way we think. Her new paper, which she complete with the help of Jenny Liu and Daniel Wegner is titled, “Google Effects on Memory: Cognitive Consequences of Having Information at Our Fingertips”.
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Brain Research at Stanford: The Law

October 21, 2011 – Professor Hank Greely continues the discussion of brain research, looking at how the groundbreaking research interacts with the law and legislation. With legal issues arising every day the efficiency of legal procedures with regards to brain research must be very high. Stanford University: Stanford Alumni Association: Stanford University Channel on YouTube:
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3 Comments so far »

  1. O2streaming said,

    Wrote on November 24, 2011 @ 2:31 pm

    I’m open minded, but… this doesn’t sound right to me….what research shows we can control acid levels, and what do acid levels have to do with tumor growth? Yet I’m happy if it does work! If this did work´╗┐, then diet adjustments will revolutionize all treatment strategy in the fight against cancer- So yeah let’s check into it and see how this really works!

  2. Creative4aReason said,

    Wrote on November 24, 2011 @ 2:53 pm

    Change the mans diet so that his body is alkaline and not acidic so that the tumor will not regrow. I did it so this is not a crank post.

  3. gasto5 said,

    Wrote on November 24, 2011 @ 2:54 pm

    “… They burned out two regions of the brain, the nucleus accumbens in both hemispheres.” The Orwellian nightmare turned true.

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