A great, useful – and beautiful – resource of different kinds of graphs, by the Financial Times: Visual Vocabulary.
Mathworks also provides a great variety of plotting examples for nice graphics including matlab code (link).
Teaching objectives might help the student to focus his/her learning process and may help the teacher to structure a lecture.
Cognitive neuroscientists often use metaphors borrowed from information processing to describe how brains/humans work. Read an essay about potential problems.
Read about potential problems how the word attention is sometimes used in cognitive neuroscience.
Need a starting point on how to structure and write a paper (link)?
An easily accessible and free book about digital signal processing.
Having trouble understanding complex numbers? Check out this tutorial.
Low-pass filtering (e.g., EEG) at very low frequencies can be a problem. allsignalprocessing.com provides a solution.
Nice blog on potential spurious correlations when comparing time series, but also more general.
A good collection of papers highlights important issues regarding statistical analysis in biology, psychology, neuroscience, and other disciplines.