Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
Developing Intelligence challenges the accepted wisdom that working memory holds ‘7 plus or minus 2 items’.
Douglas Hofstadter discusses the philosophy of self on The Philosophy Zone.
Psyche pdf reviews new book ‘Mind-Altering Drugs: The Science of Subjective Experience’.
A Brood Comb collects links to online videos of philosophy talks.
Breast-fed babies handle stress better, reports BBC News.
Are teens miserable because they are being pushed to compete rather then connect with their peers, asks the Washington Post.
Anxious people are quicker at reading faces that others, but do so less accurately, reports ScienceDaily
PsyBlog discusses how we create theories in psychology.