Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
A new edition of Scientific American Mind is available in the shops and two articles are freely available online. One on deja vu and the other a critical look at the Rorschach inkblot test.
An article on Kuro5hin discusses the psychology and construction of the ‘Big Five‘ personality model.
A paralysed man is able to control household appliances through an implanted brain chip (story from Guardian and BBC).
An article from the Pittsburg Post-Gazette discusses the work of psychologist Jennifer S. Lerner on the effect of emotion on decision-making and risk-taking.
A personality analysis of Adolf Hitler, commissioned by the forerunner to the CIA during the 1940s, is published online by Cornell University.
Teasing is “an indispensable social tool, vital to all healthy relationships”.