Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
Polyamory or having relationships with multiple, mutually consenting partners, is discussed in a feature article in Newsweek.
Copenhagen Business School are running an online survey asking for your opinion on the use of neuroscience in business and marketing.
Experimental philosophy and our moral intuitions are tackled in an article for The Psychologist.
H+ Magazine has more on morality and impressing the rules of war on autonomous <a href="Teaching Robots the Rules of War
Malcolm Gladwell discusses the psychology of overconfidence in an article for The New Yorker.
A quarter of teenage girls mentally ill? Mental Nurse examines a recent article by the statistically challenged psychologist Oliver James.
The Guardian has a review of British psychologist Richard Bentall’s new book on the trouble with psychiatry.
NPR Radio’s Science Friday has a programme on the science of decision-making.
Neuroskeptic has some excellent coverage of a new Cochrane review finding that common plant St John’s Wort is as effective as antidepressants, but seemingly, only if you’re German.
A good cry doesn’t always make you feel better. The not-always-cathartic process of crying is discussed by Jesse Bering in his great SciAm column.
The Boston Globe tackles the cognitive science of driving and how the ageing brain manages the mental demands of the road.
Sports psychology and the mental preparations of top class swimmers are covered by The New York Times.
Discover Magazine asks what urban sounds do to your brain, init?
Calendar calculating savants with autism – how do they do it? asks the brilliant BPS Research Digest.
Time-space synaesthesia – A cognitive advantage? Interesting new paper in Consciousness and Cognition.
Artist Kerry Tribe has some excellent photos from an exhibition on famous amnesic patient HM.
Time magazine has a piece on how family doctors can often miss <a href="Study: Doctors Don't Always Spot Depression
http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1913312,00.html?xid=rss-health”>depression in their patients.
TV can reduce loneliness, says research covered by SciAm’s Mind Matters blog.
Cognitive Daily has some excellent coverage of an experiment that suggests we remember scenes by creating 3D models of them in our minds.
Psychologist Susan Blackmore has a thought-provoking if not somewhat speculative article in New Scientist on autonomous electronic machine memes.
Channel N finds a TED talk by Alain de Botton on the philosophy of tragedy and success.
The moral associations of colours are explored in research covered by The Economist.
Language Log finds a funny comic strip on the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis and Eskimos.