What trickles down?

In economics, the trickle down effect suggests that low-income groups benefit indirectly from the accumulation of wealth by those who earn high income – income is said…

Beating around the bush

From the Australian edition of The Conversation A ‘no-consequences’ education produces unemployable graduates’ A research centre in the UK recently found that lavishing praise on students,…

Predicting CRPS

In keeping with other efforts to raise awareness about CRPS, here’s a great little article from Moseley et al (2013) that represents that rare case of a…

Science by numbers

From Nature online The top 100 papers The discovery of high-temperature superconductors, the determination of DNA’s double-helix structure, the first observations that the expansion of the…

Crackpot or groundbreaking

From Adelaidian, The University of Adelaide’s magazine A unique partnership between two of the University of Adelaide’s senior medical researchers is edging closer to finding new…

Kryptonite

From the Chicago Tribune Local Teen Releases Song and Video for Chronic Pain Awareness The song, written by Danielle Stratton, is about her struggle with chronic…

Forget Everything And Remember

From the current issue of Cerebral Cortex Aversive Learning Modulates Cortical Representations of Object Categories Abstract Experimental studies of conditioned learning reveal activity changes in the…

The pain switch

From the Advertiser, October 27 2015 Adelaide researchers find a way to switch off pain The clue to stopping pain at its source emerged in an…

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