My name is Mark. I use this space to escape from the stress of my daily life and as a means of conveying my random interests. I currently attend UCI majoring in Cognitive Neuroscience and will be pursuing my Ph.D. immediately after. My primary research focuses on application of transcranial magnetic stimulation to posterior cortex to examine enhancement effects on human reaction time with rapid serial visual processing. I also work in an EEG lab examining affective response to exercise and in a neuroimaging lab utilizing fMRI and DTI to examine visual cortex and respective substructures. As is evident by my page, I love metal/electronic music and their respective scenes.

I thoroughly enjoy conversing with people who share common interests as me so feel free to do so.

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Married to: http://welcomeaboardsailor.tumblr.com/
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11th September 2013

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30th August 2012

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2nd July 2012

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Graphite on sketchbook paper, 11 x 14”

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Graphite on sketchbook paper, 11 x 14”

16th June 2012

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The kiss of death.

This astonishing sculpture forms part of Barcelona’s Poblenou Cemetery.  The Kiss of Death (El Petó de la Mortin Catalan and El beso de la muerte in Spanish) dates back to 1930. A winged skeleton bestows a kiss on the lips of a handsome young man: is it ecstasy on his face or resignation? Little wonder the sculpture elicits strong and varying responses from whoever gazes upon it.

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