the Bactrian camel and prefrontal cortex: evidence from somatosensory function

I’ve been swamped with work lately, and don’t expect to see the light at the end of the tunnel for a few more weeks, so there won’t be any serious blogging here for the foreseeable future. But on a completely frivolous note, someone reminded me the other day of a cognitive neuroscience paper title generator … Continue reading the Bactrian camel and prefrontal cortex: evidence from somatosensory function

trouble with biomarkers and press releases

The latest issue of the Journal of Neuroscience contains an interesting article by Ecker et al in which the authors attempted to classify people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and health controls based on their brain anatomy, and report achieving “a sensitivity and specificity of up to 90% and 80%, respectively.” Before unpacking what that … Continue reading trouble with biomarkers and press releases