Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
Cornell researchers propose a move to a more ‘organic’ model of the mind.
Psychologists, writing in Current Directions in Psychological Science, give three reasons not to believe in an autism epidemic.
PsyBlog has a satirical take on Tom Cruise’s comments on psychology and psychiatry.
A team has developed a way of using fMRI to do pre-surgery assessment of people with life-threatening epilepsy, instead of having to implant electrodes into the brain.
Hypnosis can help overcome our automatic responses and seems to alter the function of the regulation and control areas in the brain.
BrainBlog points to some fantastic online resources for understanding and analysing fMRI data.
Piece from the Guardian on the neuropsychology of belief.
WTF ? : Erotic telepathy.