Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
New series of BBC Radio 4’s excellent internet and society programme The Digital Human started this week.
Scientific American cover surprising sex differences in migraine which seem to be almost ‘different diseases’ in men and women.
Post-traumatic stress reactions in survivors of the 2011 massacre on Utøya Island, Norway. Forthcoming study for British Journal of Psychiatry hits the wires.
ESPN have a fascinating piece on boxer Timothy Bradley whose the first fighter to admit to lasting neurocognitive problems after a fight.
Reading fiction can make you a better mind-reader said a widely hyped study. Not so fast says Language Log.
USA Today reports that the US Army has deployed software to predict suicides as way of preventing them.
Despite promising results in controlling neuronal activity, leaders in brain research still struggle turning their work into treatments reports MIT Technology Review.
Breaking – psychologist has opinion: “Men quote from films to bond with each other without having to ask any intimate questions” reports The Telegraph. No, you can’t have those two minutes of your life back.