Hi RelentlessRecusant, and welcome! Here's some links that might be of interest:
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I've got some other links that you might like, as well:
- Neuroscience journals - (if you're interested in developing these, check out journal record card for a basic format and Evolution and Human Behavior and Psychological Review for examples.
- Biological psychology forum - (maybe some of your fellow neuroscience students would like to get some neuroscience discussions going here.)
- I just added a YouTube video on mirror neurons that you might like to check out at Mirror neuron/Video.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask. Jaywin 14:55, 11 June 2007 (UTC)