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Books I REALLY NEED TO READ. →

books-foreverandalways:

These are just books I can’t seem to find anywhere but I really do want to read.

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

World After by Susan Ee (Penryn & the End of Days #2)

House of Hades by Rick Riordan (The Heroes of…

To-Read List 2013 (In alphabetical order) →

a-good-book-has-no-ending:

*Books that I own;

lindsaysthingsandsuch:

Books I am telling you to read:
The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy

lindsaysthingsandsuch:

Books I am telling you to read:

The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy

huffpostbooks:

Best Books For Fall 2014

Books you must read!! →

minority-of-1:

Harry Potter by J.K Rowling

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

Wither by Lauren DeStefano

The Host by Stephanie Meyer

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

Looking for Alaska by John Green

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

The Giver by Lois Lowry

Matched by Allie Condie

13 Reasons…

stethoscopelife:

Hii there :) Well, although I don’t usually blog about neuro, I’m a neuroanatomy tutor at my uni and I love (nearly) everything related to the nervous system. That being said, I’d like to share with you some of my best discoveries on the web about neuroanatomy, psychology, cognitive sciences, neurology, and many other topics. Also, as I’ve been a neuroanatomy student once and tutor students now  I have an idea of how tricky it is and I have some links that might be able to help!So, here they go:Learning Resources:
Brain and Behavior by Wendy Suzuki (NYU Open Education) - brilliant series of videos. The teacher is amazing and very enthusiastic, the videos aren’t extremely complex but I’d recommend starting with the first one if you’ve never studied the Nervous System before. 
MIT Introduction to Neuroanatomy Series: the videos give you a 3d perspective of a good number of structures. It also gives an overall idea of how they work. It’s perfect if you’re tired of looking at atlas drawings but don’t have access to an actual lab.
The Dana Foundation website - basically a website with lots of content about various topics in the Neuroscience field. Do check the Q&A’s on the multimedia section - you’ll find interviews with neuroscientists about diverse themes.
Neurodegenerative Disorders Tutorials by Armando Hasudungan  - youtube tutorials on neurodegenerative disorders. I particularly didn’t use this one but everyone in my class did and apparently it’s awesome and life-saving. Sooo.. give it a try.. maybe :D
Neuroanatomy Tutorials (drawing + explanation) by Walid Aziz - I used this series while studying for my exams cause it gets boring to just read a book. Very good explanation and beautiful drawings. You might want to use that as an alternative to textbooks/your own notes.
Interesting Topics:
Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) to treat Parkinson’s
TED Talks: Neuro (playlist of Neuro-related TED Talks)
Neurology/Neurosurgery section of the NEJM
Neuroscience and the Emerging Mind: A Conversation with the Dalai Lama
As I discover new links I may edit this post and add them but so far these are the ones I go to frequently. Hope its useful to someone :)

stethoscopelife:

Hii there :) Well, although I don’t usually blog about neuro, I’m a neuroanatomy tutor at my uni and I love (nearly) everything related to the nervous system. That being said, I’d like to share with you some of my best discoveries on the web about neuroanatomy, psychology, cognitive sciences, neurology, and many other topics. Also, as I’ve been a neuroanatomy student once and tutor students now  I have an idea of how tricky it is and I have some links that might be able to help!
So, here they go:
Learning Resources:

  • Brain and Behavior by Wendy Suzuki (NYU Open Education) - brilliant series of videos. The teacher is amazing and very enthusiastic, the videos aren’t extremely complex but I’d recommend starting with the first one if you’ve never studied the Nervous System before. 

  • MIT Introduction to Neuroanatomy Series: the videos give you a 3d perspective of a good number of structures. It also gives an overall idea of how they work. It’s perfect if you’re tired of looking at atlas drawings but don’t have access to an actual lab.

  • The Dana Foundation website - basically a website with lots of content about various topics in the Neuroscience field. Do check the Q&A’s on the multimedia section - you’ll find interviews with neuroscientists about diverse themes.

  • Neurodegenerative Disorders Tutorials by Armando Hasudungan  - youtube tutorials on neurodegenerative disorders. I particularly didn’t use this one but everyone in my class did and apparently it’s awesome and life-saving. Sooo.. give it a try.. maybe :D

  • Neuroanatomy Tutorials (drawing + explanation) by Walid Aziz - I used this series while studying for my exams cause it gets boring to just read a book. Very good explanation and beautiful drawings. You might want to use that as an alternative to textbooks/your own notes.

Interesting Topics:

As I discover new links I may edit this post and add them but so far these are the ones I go to frequently. Hope its useful to someone :)

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