Encephalon 66 with just the facts, ma’am

The 66th edition of the Encephalon psychology and neuroscience writing carnival was published a few days ago and I’m only just catching up with the world. However, it’s got a great round-up of some of the best mind and brain blogging and is hosted by Ionian Enchantment.

A couple of my favourites include Neurotopia on problems with the popular but wrong serotonin theory of depression, and one from Effortless Incitement on how relatedness influences an individual’s knowledge about whether their sibling is alive or not!

There’s plenty more, so have a browse through this fortnight’s selection.

Link to Encephalon 66.

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