Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
Three psychiatrists have started producing a regular, engaging and somewhat quixotic podcast called My Three Shrinks.
The Neurophilosopher investigates a new form of artificial limb that feeds back touch sensations.
Approximately 6 out of every 100 words are affected by repetitions, corrections or hesitations. Why does this happen? Mixing Memory is on the case.
Neuroscientist Read Montague discusses his current reads with American Scientist.
Pure Pedantry investigates why speed daters say that selective is hot.
The New York Times has an article on the psychology of the colour red.
Improve your presentation by slagging it off? Cognitive Daily looks at research suggesting that self-deprecating comments may improve audience ratings.