The 29th September issue of New Scientist is a particularly good one if you’re interested in the mind and brain.
It has a number of articles on sensation and the senses, and particularly challenges the idea that there are five ‘classical’ senses. Recent research suggests this may be a fairly artificial division, and more subtle distinctions, as well as cross-overs are common.
Unfortunately, New Scientist have been steadily making less and less of their content freely accessible, but there is an outline of the issue at the link below.
Nevertheless, it’s well worth a read, either if you grab a copy at the newsagents or pop into your local library for a browse.
Link to contents for 29th September issue of New Scientist.
UPDATE: One of the articles from the current edition (“The art of seeing without sight”) has appeared online.