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Bringing Science Back Message Board › Whose Brain Is It?

Whose Brain Is It?

San Francisco, CA
Post #: 16
I'm obsessed with how the human mind works. To feed this obsession I research and write about specific functions like memory, bonding, racism, empathy, etc.

But I am a relative beginner when it comes to science writing and am looking for feedback that would help me fine-tune my skill.

I write for an online publication called magazine and links to my monthly column can be found at

Please feel free to post feedback at my blog, at the magazine website or email me at leena at FishRidingABike dot com.
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