Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
Electrodes, inserted into the brain, can be used to change blood pressure.
Study reports factors which could predict relationship violence. Further interesting commentary on applying these findings to everyday life.
Study on the historical records of British asylum fails to support stereotype that women were inappropriately detained for mental illness in Victorian times.
Fortean Times has a profile of troubled author Arthur Koestler, who funded Edinburgh University’s Koestler Parapsychology Unit.
Magnetically induced ‘blindsight‘ induced in healthy human volunteers.
Articles one and two on using ‘mirror box’ for pain in non-phantom limbs.
Women with highest levels of estrogen more likely to be attractive, claims new study.