The latest edition of the Encephalon psychology and neuroscience writing carnival has just hit the wires, if you interpret ‘just’ as meaning three days ago (sorry about that, I can only connect to the internet when sitting in the bathroom for reasons of signal unusualness). However, it’s being hosted by the excellent Combining Cognits and is ready for action.
A couple of my favourites include a post from The Neurocritic on a recent study on cortisol and anti-social behaviour and a piece from Sports are 80% mental on psychological momentum and winning streaks in sport.
There’s plenty more mind and brain writing, and good to see a few new authors in the latest run-down.
Link to Encephalon 56.
2 thoughts on “Encephalon 56 springs into life”
That’s cool to have iNet access in the bathroom. Been following Mind Hacks for a couple of weeks now (CogSci major @ CSU Fresno), and I’m McLovin’ it.
And, congrats on the multi-tasking in the bathroom! ‚ò∫