Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
NPR has a special radio programme on an Iraqi psychiatrist, now resident in the USA, looking back to his work in the war-torn state.
OmniBrain gathers together a whole list of neuroscience sites for kids. Yay!
New Scientist reports on how a new brain scanning study gives clues to how we suppress traumatic memories.
Neurophilosophy looks at the psychology of Hitchcock’s movies.
Cognitive Daily looks at research on how children perceive motion.
New Scientist investigates how people from different cultures might differ in their ability to take others’ perspective.
I’m not as slim as that girl: The Neurocritic looks at a recent review on the effect of viewing thin models on body image concerns in women.
A Stroke Association survey find that only 33% of people are aware that stroke causes immediate brain damage (in fact, it is immediate brain damage).
Why are people more likely to fight when they’re drunk? Pure Pedantry investigates.
Language Log finds some Chomsky-themed breakfast cereal.