Category Archive: Perception

Can our Amygdala See?

New research into brain functioning has shown that even when our eyes are closed, there is another part of our brain, separate from the visual cortex, that may be capable of picking up… Continue reading

Music as a Way of Decreasing Perceived Pain in Children

  Music is such a big part of people’s lives – I couldn’t imagine my life without it at all. I have previously posted about how it can be used during therapy sessions… Continue reading

The El Greco Fallacy.

Looking a El Greco’s paintings, you may notice something odd; they all seem strangely distorted. The figures he painted, in particular (Saint John the Baptist, The Repentant Magdalen, and his own self-portrait) seem… Continue reading

  • Philippa Berry

    Bsc(Hons) Psychology, Mental and Physical Health at the University of Reading. Interested in Occupational Therapy, and Developmental and Social Psychology.