Neuro4Kids Stuff

By Neuroskeptic | December 12, 2009 2:27 pm

Neuroscience For Kids is a long-standing website hosted by the University of Washington and run by Dr. Eric H. Chudler.


It’s extremely good, and even if you’re no longer a kid you’ll find it an interesting resource – I’m not ashamed to admit that I learned stuff from pages like this one on ancient Egyptian brain damage or the questions and answers section.

Anyway, Dr Chudler has just launched the Neuro4Kids.com store where you can buy brain-based items. I particularly like the Stroop effect bag (also t-shirt) and the “I misplaced my brain” late-birthday cards

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