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Mind: The Science, Art, and Experience of our Inner Lives

The homepage for the Mind project presents two initial choices: a pile of burning wood next to the word "Ponder" and a cute looking cat-like creature next to the word "Play". Both sections help curious parties explore the world of our inner lives and thoughts as we interpret them through art, science, and ideas about the external world. In the "Play" area visitors can take in visually stimulating interactive activities that ask questions like "Do you know what you communicate with your body?" and "What makes something cute?" Moving on, the "Ponder" area contains explorations of topics like "Why do teens take risks?" and "Can science really study love and attraction?" One can imagine that these features could be used as supplementary activities in a psychology or neuroscience classroom, and others might just want to check them out as a conversation starter.
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Date of Scout Publication 2009-09-04
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/Reports/ScoutReport/2009/scout-090904#4

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