Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
Discover magazine interview Marc Hauser about the psychology of moral reasoning.
Mixing Memory picks up on an article tracking the history of the concept of mind.
The Guardian has an opinion piece by an NHS psychologist arguing that psychosis is over-medicalised.
ABC Radio National’s discussion programme Ockham’s Razor takes an in-depth look at auditory processing deficits.
The Neurophilosopher investigates the curious case of the anarchist’s pickled brain.
BBC News reports on research suggesting women have lower sex drives in secure relationships.
People with levels of testosterone are more likely to feel rewarded by other people’s anger, reports Science Daily.
What is a neural network and how does its operation differ from that of a digital computer? Scientific American ‘asks the expert’.
The sight of the female body is more rewarding for men, than the sight of the male body is for women, according to research reported in The Telegraph.
Madam Fathom looks at the increasing cross over between neuroscience and economics.
Sarin gas may have affected brains of US soldiers, according to The New York Times.
More cool visual illusions from Cognitive Daily.
BBC News notes that antidepressant use in the UK rose 6% during the last year.