OK, I've made a new year's resolution to start updating a blog. It makes sense for all sorts of reasons.
One thing I want to do, is to start a search for great social/cognitive neuroscience papers I can use in a course syllabi.
The criteria are:
1) The paper utilizes a neuroimaging method.
2) The paper aims to inform psychological theory (e.g., entails a "reverse inference"), rather than utilizes psychological theory to understand the functionality of the brain.
3) Brain evidence provides a unique contribution above and beyond what could have been done with behavioral methods alone.
I have some ideas in mind, I'll be happy if people would send me suggestions and I'll blog about them.