The web is a giant and massive source of information. Navigating through it and finding the correct information/ useful information is sometimes challenging.
Here is a list of "must-read" sites and blogs that are terrific if you are learning or practicing research in Psychology, Neuroscience or simply want to challenge your scientific believes.
So you think that once you have published your paper you have reached your goal? Well, do not be too relaxed. Retractions are scary but not irrealistic in Science, try learn a bit about them through this fantastic website.
How many times you spilled your morning coffee while reading newspaper titles such as "Neuroscientists found Eggnogg area in the Brain!"? Some researchers are trying to save us from these phenomena (not the eggnog, the misleading headlines).
No need for a presentation here. The most wonderful resources on fMRI. Yes, I said it. And there is also plenty of advice for young scientists.
Interested in pursuing a PhD in the UK? Interested in knowing what a PhD is etc.? Looking for an academic job? Here you can find almost all the positions in the UK and related areas. Good luck!
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