Posts Tagged ‘semantics’

Words in Headlines Mean More

Headlines are frequently misleading — a danger in a world where most people will skip the contents of the article itself. Here’e an example and deconstruction.

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Brain Science Podcast #41 – interview with Alice Gabby on Linguistics

Brain Science Podcast #41 with Ginger Campbell MD — Interview with Alice Gaby, PhD (Ass. Professor of Linguistics at UC Berkeley) — Exploring the field of Linguistics and its applications across other academic fields.

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TWIS April 28, 2009 – NIH policy decisions

This Week in Science April 28, 2009: excerpts/synopsis of section on NIH policy decisions on stem cell research.

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