Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
An area of the brain may be responsible for warning us of risky outcomes and the possibility of making future mistakes.
New Scientist publishes a lead article on the use of psychedelic drugs for treating mental distress online.
Recent evidence suggests that some migraines may be linked to heart minor heart problems.
The relationship between distance and clarity of vision in face recognition research leads to important evidence for a murder trial.
Research shows that men are more committed to ‘e-relationships’ than women and internet dating relationships are generally more successful than previously thought.
A detailed diary kept by a mother of an autistic child leads to important insights into the development of play and social skill in autism. Other research shows that autistic people may have better visual skills than others.
Researchers measure the change to visual perception in a particular area of space when we focus our attention without moving our eyes.