The most exciting hypothesis in cognitive science right now is the theory that #cognition is #embodied. Like all good ideas in cognitive science, however, embodiment immediately came to mean six different things...
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The founding editor-in-chief & creative director of Parallel Planets. Formerly the chief editor of Lomography's international magazine, she now self-publishes her own photo zine, MONO. A svelte gamine, a monochromaniac, and a catwoman, Erin Nøir found & left her soul in the alternate universe of Tokyo, where she goes by the name えりん のわーる.
"The gene is known as ‘disrupted in schizophrenia-1′ (DISC-1). Past studies have shown that when mutated, the gene is a high risk factor for mental illness including schizophrenia, major clinical depression and bipolar disorder."
Nicholas McCarthy is a British pianist. Born without his right hand, he was the first left-hand-only pianist to graduate from the Royal College of Music in London in its 130-year history. He began his piano studies at 14, and by 17 was accepted into the Guildhall School of Music where he won the annual piano prize. At Guildhall he was told to focus on repertoire written specifically for the left hand. McCarthy is member of the British Paraorchestra, an orchestra based in London, consisting entirely of musicians with disabilities founded in 2011.