Brain Collections http://www.brainmuseum.org/ This web site provides browsers with images and information from one of the world's largest collection of well-preserved, sectioned and stained brains of mammals. Viewers can see and download photographs of brains of over 100 different species of mammals (including humans) representing over 20 Mammalian Orders.
The outer limits of the human brain http://tinyurl.com/9gwjb9 The outer limits of the human brain
Some brains are that little bit more remarkable than others. Why do the most gifted and talented brains stand out from the crowd? Is there anything physical or physiological that sets them apart? Here we take a look at some outstanding grey matter, and ask what brains are like at the outer limits of human achievement.
Mind tricks: Six ways to explore your brain http://tinyurl.com/9lttbt Mind tricks: Six ways to explore your brain
How does your brain work? Brain imaging, transcranial magnetic stimulation, and similar advanced techniques have given neuroscientists huge insights into this question. Yet studying the brain doesn't have to be such a high-tech enterprise. Simple experiments can still probe the inner workings of the brain, and many of these are easy to set up at home or are available on the internet.
Brainweb : The Brain and Brain Information http://www.dana.org/resources/brainweb/default.aspx The Brain and Brain Information
BrainWeb provides information and links to validated sites about brain diseases and disorders. These include outside resources reviewed by scientific advisors, as well as articles in Dana publications.
Sites listed in BrainWeb detail more than 25 common brain diseases and disorders, and include some of the Internetís best general neuroscience and health resources. They offer descriptions of conditions, FAQs (frequently asked questions), background for talking with physicians, treatment options, support information for families and care givers, organization contacts, or sources for more information.
BrainWeb and its links are suitable for lay readers, including students and educators, as well as people with brain disorders, their families, and caregivers.
Learning and the Brain http://tinyurl.com/gtb43 Learning and the Brain
Online video of presentation at SETT Sept. 2006.
We need to better understand how the brain processes information, and how learning mechanisms develop over the individual? lifecycle.
Three main issues are under current scrutiny: literacy, numeracy, lifelong learning, and the role of emotions in learning processes. This involves the participation of international expert networks coordinated by leading institutions from Europe, Japan and the United States.
Inside the Brain: An Interactive Tour http://www.alz.org/brain/ Inside the Brain: An Interactive Tour
What happens in the brain of a person with Alzheimer? disease? This tour explains how the brain works and how Alzheimer's affects it.
There are 16 interactive slides.
BrainMaps http://www.brainmaps.org/ BrainMaps.org is an interactive high-resolution digital brain atlas and virtual microscope that is based on over 10 million megapixels of scanned images of serial sections of both primate and non-primate brains and that is integrated with a high-speed database for querying and retrieving data about brain structure and function over the internet.
Currently featured are complete brain atlas datasets for Macaca mulatta, Felis catus, and Mus musculus.
Pictures of the brain
Brain http://www.42explore.com/brain.htm Brain
The brain is the organ inside the skull of animals and humans. It is the central control point for the nervous system and directs the body's movement and activity. The brain is the center of thought and intelligence. It allows you to think, learn, and to have memories and feelings.
Brain : Experiments and Activities http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/experi.html Brain : Experiments and Activities
Modeling the Nervous System | Brain Games | Neuroscience Coloring Book | Brain Worksheets and Lessons | Reflexes | Sidedness | Sleep and Dreaming | Memory and Learning | Biological Rhythms | Brain Injury | Brain Songs | Brain Explorers | Successful Science Fair Projects |
espych http://epsych.msstate.edu/ Greetings Earthling! Welcome to ePsych!
This site is designed to teach about psychological processes in a rich experiential setting. But we don't want to be dull and boring along the way. Cheesy? Sure! Silly? No doubt! Stuffy? Never!!! Asking ridiculous rhetorical questions? Guess I'll plead no contest there!
At this site, you can learn some amazing things about how the mind works. For a quick sample, try:
- The Practice Flicker Applet
That shows your eye doesn't see as much as you think!
- The Shepard Tones You know that Esher staircase that always seems to be going up? Now you can hear tones that do the same thing!
Along your journey, you will likely encounter The Bad Guys? one of the nastiest groups of scoundrels ever to plague the intergalactic space lanes. But take heart! Not only do you have the benefit of your courage and strength, you also come armed with one of the most powerful weapons known in the Three Galaxies: The human mind.