Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
New Scientist reports that a new surveillance system can distinguish between violent and non-violent behaviour (with video).
Cognitive Daily asks ‘do deadlines help procrastinators?’
Damage to the brain could unleash artistic talent, reports ABC News, covering a new paper in medical journal Neurology.
Forbes magazine lists some of the physical and psychological benefits of sex.
More on inheriting facial expressions: The Economist has a well-written article on the recent ingenious study.
Review of ‘For Matthew and Others: Journeys with Schizophrenia’ art exhibition from The Australian.
People who read more fiction have higher levels of empathy, reports Frontal Cortex.
Developing Intelligence has a fantastic review of neuroscience-of-self book ‘I of the Vortex’.
UK has ‘lowest ever’ suicide rate, reports BBC News.