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  1. Neuroanthropology | For a greater understanding of the ...

    Our Neuroanthropology blog has moved to PLoS Blogs, and if you are interested in the topic of sustainable population growth, you may be interested in The Culture of ...
  2. Neuroanthropology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Neuroanthropology is the study of the relationship between culture and the brain. This field explores how the brain gives rise to culture, how culture influences ...
  3. 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.
  4. neuroanthropology: understanding the encultured brain and body

    Neuroanthropology. Sometimes it’s straight-up neuroscience, sometimes it’s all anthropology, most of the time it’s somewhere in the middle.
  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. Are We Living in a Neuro-Culture? | Neuroethics at the Core

    ... neuro-ethics, neuro-anthropology ... I am a graduate student intent on studying the ethics of the brain and the concept of a neuro-culture has been ...
  7. (neuro)anthropology | Cultural Neuroscience

    Posts about (neuro)anthropology written by culturalneuroscience. Cultural Neuroscience. Home About; Authors; ... Culture, Mind, and Brain: Emerging Concepts, ...
  8. About Neuroanthropology | Neuroanthropology

    Sometimes it’s straight-up neuroscience, sometimes it’s all anthropology, ... Neuron Culture; Neuronarrative; Neurophilosophy; Neuroscience AllTop;
  9. Anthropology | Neuron Culture

    Today the New York Times Book Review published its advance online version of my review of Nicholas Wade’s A Troublesome Inheritance. (It will appear in print this ...
  10. Cultural Neuroscience – Culture and the Brain

    Your Brain on Culture is a November article in the Monitor on Psychology. Written by Beth Azar, this piece provides good coverage of the boom in cultural n