University of Colorado grad student Chris Chatham writes about cognitive neuroscience, comparative psychology, psychometrics and artificial intelligence in his blog. The subjects could be daunting to casual readers, but Chatham manages to explain research and findings well enough to make connecting dots seem more like science and less like mind reading.
The appeal of topics such as the "Diebold Effect" in demographic analysis and statistics will be obvious to people following subjects like politics and economics, which seem to be everyone's main concern these days. Cognitive factors bearing on accurate prediction of trends and events is important information in a wide range of disciplines, so Chatham's subject matter should have wide appeal.
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