Archives for the ‘dualism’ Category

What is behind that statement?

By • Mar 17th, 2009 • Category: dualism, Honors Thesis, Research

I want you to tell me what is wrong with this video.  The only part I’m going to address here is at the end, but the rest is also interesting and it’s only 14 min long, so you may want to watch the whole thing.

Did you catch it?  Benjamin Wallace talks about a study where […]

Surely you’re joking, Mr. Egnor!

By • Dec 4th, 2008 • Category: dualism, Honors Thesis, Research

It has come to my attention that, not satisfied with biology, the discovery institute is now attacking neuroscience.  Yes, I have a lot to say about this, this, this, and this, and none of it pleasant, but it is high time for finals so any debunking will have to wait.
When I do get around to […]

There is no hard drive

By • Sep 2nd, 2008 • Category: computer, descartes, dualism, General Technology, pajamas, participant, Research, results, spss

I went to the lab today to pull some data off of SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences: like Excel, but engineered for data about people).  I actually have a copy, but it’s the student copy that I got for my psych stats class.  And by student copy I mean worthless copy.  It won’t […]