The 34th edition of the psychology and neuroscience writing carnival Encephalon has just arrived with the best in the last fortnight’s mind and brain writing.
On this occasion it’s hosted by the Distributed Neuron blog, which is part of an ambitious project to create biologically inspired neural network technology.
A couple of my favourites in this edition of Encephalon include depictions of Alice in Wonderland syndrome in migraine-inspired art and an article that considers claims that differences in executive function are almost entirely inherited.
Needless to say, there’s much more in the complete edition.
Link to Encephalon 34.