Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
Pfizer have been caught manipulating studies. Again. This time for the drug Neurontin. The New York Times has the full story.
Neurophilosophy discusses a new way of understanding the neurobiology of hallucinations.
An excellent Carl Zimmer article on the genetics of intelligence is available from Scientific American.
Neurotopia examines a case of a phantom erectile penis after sex reassignment surgery.
A wonderful quote from Nobel prize-winning neuroscientist Charles Sherrington starts an excellent piece on calcium imaging from Neurophilosophy.
The BPS Research Digest asks what is it about eye wiggling that helps people recover from trauma in an article on EMDR therapy.
Psychoanalytic Therapy Wins Backing. The New York Times reports on the recent meta-analysis that found that one year or more psychoanalytic therapy helps complex psychiatric patients.
NPR Radio has a short piece on research suggesting we may not be as good at multi-tasking as we think.
Advances in the History of Psychology has a short but interesting piece asking whatever happened to the male menopause?
A study that used electrodes implanted in the brain to record neural function during remembering is covered by PsyBlog.