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 I wrote a few years ago and had forgotten about. So I brushed it off and added a small amount of new content, and now it’s alive again here. I think it’s good for a few moments of entertainment, and occasionally produces a rare gem–like the one in the title of this post, or my all-time favorite, Neural correlates of nicotine withdrawal in infants.

Feel free to post any other winners in the comments…

2 thoughts on “the Bactrian camel and prefrontal cortex: evidence from somatosensory function”

  1. Excellent.

    I liked Thermal stimulation, ‘sexting’, and somatosensory function: shared neural mechanisms revealed with EEG. Actually I liked all the ‘sexting’ ones.

    Now all we need is a random abstract generator and a random blob generator, and we could really go places…

  2. Maybe you just like sexting!

    If I ever find the time (unlikely!), I’ll see about writing an abstract generator. As for a random blob generator, we already have that; it’s called NeuroImage. 😉

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