Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
The BPS Research Digest reports on yet another study on the cognitive benefits of meditation.
CrimePsychBlog picks up on an interesting study on the etiology of the psychopathic serial killer.
Core cognitive ability is mostly developed before adolescence, reports SciAm.
Accidental Mind has some illustrated brain notecards to download.
ABC Radio National’s Health Report has a special on Alzheimer’s disease, testosterone and the ageing brain.
Developing Intelligence investigates the neural basis of planning abilities.
The use of oxygen just after a stroke may actually harm the brain rather than help it, suggests a new study reported in SciAm.
Companies tune in to the potential of sound for marketing, reports The Economist.
A couple of interesting news stories on the treatment of mental illness in the US military are picked up by Corpus Callosum.
Wired report on new commercial prototypes for ‘home use’ magnetic brain stimulators.
A perceptual deficiency may make us better foragers, suggests research expertly covered by Cognitive Daily.
SciAm investigates the effects of having half the brain surgically removed.