More on Go/No Go “Decisions” – Slowly We’re Learning

Of course, neuromarketers figured this out years ago and are selling nifty headsets showing it on screens – in buying humans watching ads, no less.  Forget rats! The paper, published online in Nature, shows that the firing of two distinct types of inhibitory neurons, known as somatostatin (SOM) and parvalbumin (PV) neurons, has a strong […]

Frontal Lobes May Not Be That Important. Lots of Research and Neurocognitive Ideas May Wash Out.

Enthusiasts for human exceptionalism and lots of other ideas and research about how humans are so much better and different from other animals, have concentrated on what they thought made the human brain different and was bigger – the frontal lobes.  They all think!  Wrong, it appears.  Oops.  Big oops, actually. Human brain frontal lobes […]

“Research Questions Role Of Neuroscience In Leadership Studies”

We would question some of this but critical thinking is good. Take Aways “We find suggestions – that we are at the brink of a neuroscientific revolution in the study of leadership – premature, and a sole focus on neuroscience, at the expense of insights from other social science disciplines, dangerous.” “…it is too simplistic […]