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  1. Cultural neuroscience - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Cultural neuroscience is the study of how cultural values, practices and beliefs shape and are shaped by the mind, brain and genes across multiple timescales.
  2. Neuroanthropology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Neuroanthropology is the study of culture and the brain. This field explores how new findings in the brain sciences help us understand the interactive effects of ...
  3. (neuro)anthropology | Cultural Neuroscience

    Posts about (neuro)anthropology written by culturalneuroscience. Cultural Neuroscience. Home About; Authors; ... “Many lines of research on culture, mind, ...
  4. Neuroanthropology

    Neuroanthropology is a collaborative weblog created to encourage exchanges among anthropology, philosophy, social theory, and the brain sciences.
  5. Link to applied neuro-anthropology | Culture Matters

    Normally, I wouldn't cross-post from the other anthropology site that I do, but my partner-in-blogging on Neuroanthropology, Daniel Lende, has been putting ...
  6. Cultural Neuroscience « Neuroanthropology

    Neuroanthropology is a collaborative weblog created to encourage exchanges among anthropology, philosophy, social theory, and the brain sciences.
  7. Vision and Culture: A Neuroanthropological Approach ...

    What do you see when you watch TV? A movie? Do you perceive staring into a screen that when not lit up is simply a dark, flat abyss? Or, when deeply ...
  8. Anthropology- Bangladesh: NEUROSCIENCE AND ANTHROPOLOGY

    In Bangladesh anthropology has an ... Culture was born out ... The very same evolutionary model was and is being applied to the interpretation of neuro ...
  9. Neuroscience and Race | Neuroanthropology - PLOS Blogs Network

    Decades of research in biological anthropology have led to one simple conclusion: Race is a biological fiction; human variation is real. People do indeed ...
  10. Anthropology Neuro Culture - Search

    Neuroanthropology is a collaborative weblog created to encourage exchanges among anthropology, philosophy, social theory, and the brain sciences.