Monthly Archives: April 2012

The importance of love

In the sciences ‘love’ is often treated in a way that appears to take literally its status as a four letter word. Indeed, in leading works on hallucinations this word is often more effectively excluded than any expletive. But does … Continue reading

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Resisting werewolves, and (via the Bonzos) onto TMS and beyond…

What is the hardest part of research? Getting a grant to study an area in the first place? Gaining ethical approval for one’s study? Publishing a paper on one’s work? Although tricky, none of these make the number one slot. … Continue reading

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