Explore the workings of the mind by entering a world of emotions, thoughts, memories and dreams.
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This test is for synaesthesia, where the senses become mixed. People with a certain kind of synaesthesia are particularly good at this test since they can pick out the different numbers according to their colour. You can find out more about this test from At-Bristol's 'Your Amazing Brain' website: http://www.youramazingbrain.org.uk/brainchanges/synesthesia.htm
Hi Sue, you're thinking of the Ames Room. There's an excellent explanation of the Ames Room illustion in this YouTube video featuring Dr. Vilayanur S. Ramachandran.
Perhaps you're thinking of John Eccles, Andrew Huxley & Alan Hodgkin - they shared the 1963 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their work on the synapse and neurotransmitters.
Eccles and philosopher Karl Popper published a well-known text in 1977 titled The Self and Its Brain.
Hi Eva,There are 4 paintings by Carla Krijt – all ‘Untitled’. You may be able to get further information from the Cunningham Dax centre, http://www.daxcentre.org/home, which holds more examples of her art.
Hi Nadine, this particular exhibition doesn't have a dedicated website, but you should find some useful information for your project in the the exhibition's Education Resources such as the Education Kits and Teacher's Notes. There is also an interactive Q&A with the exhibition's Curator which is at the top of this page on the right.
Hope this helps
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The Mind: Enter the Labyrinth exhibition is a permanent ongoing exhibition.
You can visit the exhibition with a general entry ticket, which also provides you access to all Melbourne Museum permanent displays. General entry is $10.00 for an adult and free for children and concessions.
phar lap was a sick horse i saw his heart in canberra a real good experience!!
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