Encephalon 33 hits the tubes

The 33rd edition of the Encephalon psychology and neuroscience writing carnival has just appeared on GNIF Brain Blogger and has the latest in the last fortnight’s mind and brain debates.

A couple of my favourites include a discussion of a recent study on how doctors learn to control their empathy for others’ pain at crucial moments, and one on the possibilities of gene therapy for Huntingdon’s disease.

There’s plenty more in the latest edition so have a browse through to get the whole range of articles and commentary.

Link to Encephalon 33.

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