Here’s what people have been reading in November:
5. Stroke laterality study – you can all help
A call for participants in Brendon Haslam’s PhD research looking at the links between stroke shoulder pain and left right discrimination.
4. Push in
A short video from Kevin Vowles at EP3 2015 on using Chinese finger traps as a experiential, therapeutic metaphor, and the paradoxical need to sometime ‘push in’ to an unpleasant experience.
Lorimer Moseley in great form in The Conversation with a summary of modern pain science for non-scientists.
2. Now it is loneliness that comes at night
A look at loneliness and pain, with some poetry thrown in.
1. Keep your nerve juice loose – Neuroscience nugget No. 16
The number one post for November with a rocket, another from the always popular Neuroscience Nugget series. This one on the ‘thixotropic’ nature of axoplasm and another really good reason to keep moving