Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
Mixing Memory looks at research on how much children believe from what they’re told.
Canine Epilepsy Guardian Angels! No really.
A strangely vague news story suggests that measuring ‘brainwaves’ (EEG / MEG?) explains how optical illusions trick the mind. More details gratefully received.
Smile! You’re on CogSci camera! Researcher aims to record every waking hour of his child’s first three years to study development of speech. More details at this pdf.
BPS Research Digest reports that the individual characteristics of therapists may have more influence on outcome than type of therapy.
Cognitive Daily reports on the immensely cool SNARC effect.
What would be the psychological strain of immortality?
Developing Intelligence picks up on a video lecture on the mathematics of visual hallucinations.