Will we ever stop doing instrumental condiitoning?Â Yeah sometime in November…
I apologize for the audio quality on this one, my battery on the iRiver mp3 recorder ran out and I hadÂ to record with a Griffin iTalk and my iPod.Â The iPod is a superior mp3 player, but not much of a recorder.Â Indeed, I can record at 320 kBps on the iRiver, but only 16 on the iPod!
MusicÂ “Come On Let’s Go” by Sound of a Revolution
More Drugs, no hormones yet.
Music “So Lost” by Pat Robitaille.Â Click here for an interview with Pat on thunderbird six.
Psychological disorders. The epiosde is cut short because I showed a DVD, and frankly, who wants to hear me talk about a DVD…
Music “Barely Listening” by Pilot Speed
I talked about the high functioning autistic guy that can imagine numbers, you have to see it for the full effect, so check out this YouTube video.
Drugs and Hormones 02
Music “Get Our Of My Face” by Uncle Seth
Schedules of Reinforcement
Music “September Like You Said” by Chris Belsito
Health, icing and bone marrow recipes….
Music “Tears of Terror” by CCA.
Instrumental Conditioning, brought to you by Tequila….
Music ‘I Married a Magician’ by the Dust Poets (who will be at Loplops this Thursday, Oct 26, 2006).
The 3906 presentation signup sheet is available outside my office (SH 507) on the corkboard to the right of my office door.Â If your presentation/essay topic has been approved please feel free to sign up for a time.Â Remember, presentations are to be 10 minutes long and on a topic similar to that used in your paper, probably some interesting subsection.Â Feel free to ask questions about the presentations by emailing, IMing me or leaving a comment here on the blog.
Â Evolutionarily yours
Longest podcast title ever…. The Conclusion of Synapses and Neurotransmitters and the Start of Drugs and Hormones
Music “Master Deadender” by Bubble
Personality and Intelligence.
Music “Turncoat” by Anti Flag