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Don't Freak out about the Weird Header ...

Cornel, Tabea (12 juin 2014)

... I’m doing enough of that already! ((Congratulations to you if you’re reading this in your RSS inbox and don’t know what I’m writing about.)) Only a few more days of maintenance at hypotheses.org, and we’ll hopefully have the neuroscience-y header back: But let’s distract ourselves ...

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Upcoming Talk in Lisbon in September

Cornel, Tabea (7 juin 2014)

The program for the ESHS Annual Meeting in Lisbon, September 4–6, is online now. I will be presenting my research on the morning of the third conference day, session 58 I (Saturday, September 6, 9.00–11.00 am). Here is the abstract I proposed: Contested Numbers: The Quest for Objective Validity ...

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Somebody Help Us Understand What Software Does

Cornel, Tabea (30 mars 2014)

Maybe I chose the wrong Ph.D. program. Our Monday Workshop on 03/17 made me wonder: if everybody in California is as cool as Fred Turner, then why did I decide for the East Coast?! After pondering on it for two weeks, however, I don’t believe that his distinctive character of creative smartness ...

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Size Matters—the Story Won't End

Cornel, Tabea (21 janv. 2015)

Out of loyalty, I won't share much of the email exchanges I've witnessed over the course of the past two days—both amongst neuroscientists and amongst the "queer folks." But here's what happened: Ingalhalikar et al. published an article in late 2013 revealing the allegedly true cause for the ...

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A More Pungent Review of Ingalhalikar et al. 2014

Cornel, Tabea (9 janv. 2015)

Cordelia Fine, one of those people whose books ((By the way, I got my mother the German translation of Delusions of Gender for her birthday last year.)) you love even more after you've met them in person, recently contributed to two blog posts: to the Neuroskeptic's for PLOS and to Uta's for Social ...

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HSS 2014 Brain Panel on Twitter

Cornel, Tabea (10 nov. 2014)

HSS 2014 was a phenomenal conference, and I have to admit that I liked my own panel best. My fellow panelists contributed fascinating papers and were just the nicest people to learn from (and with). It was a hitherto unprecedented opportunity to talk brains for me, having five brain papers on the ...

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What Kind of Sex Do We Need in Neuroimaging?

Cornel, Tabea (26 sept. 2014)

Overlap.(”Like Dancers in a Line” by Viewminder, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) Four members of the NeuroGenderings network, Gina Rippon, Rebecca Jordan-Young, Anelis Kaiser, and Cordelia Fine, recently published a fabulous piece on “Recommendations for Sex/Gender Neuroimaging Research: Key Principles and ...

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Please Take Part in a Survey on Sex/Gender Concepts in Scientific Research

Cornel, Tabea (28 août 2015)

A colleague of mine from Berlin, Diana Schellenberg, needs participants for her survey on the categories of sex and gender in neuro- and psy-scientific research. I'm posting her call for participants below. Please consider following this link and completing the survey. I won't lie, so I must say it ...

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"A Critical Moment": Sex/Gender and Brain Science Conference @ UCLA, 10/23–24

Cornel, Tabea (16 janv. 2015)

Here is a conference announcement I should have shared with you months ago: the Foundation for Psychocultural Research at the University of Californa in Los Angeles (FPR-UCLA) is hosting a conference titled "A Critical Moment: Sex/Gender Research at the Intersection of Culture, Brain, & Behavior" ...

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Final Summaries on 20th-Century Science: Feminism and Science

Cornel, Tabea (21 avr. 2016)

The below essay was at the same time my favorite to write and my last one for my list with Susan Lindee. Concluding my readings in Cold-War Science and Feminism also brings me one step closer to my oral exams on May 6: this was the first one out of three lists that I completed reading. As of ...

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