Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
Not-So-Sweet Home: The Persistence of Domestic Violence. Important piece from Nautilus.
The Lancet discusses whether, once again, psychiatry is being used for political repression in Russia.
Are we too keen to turn crime into a mental health issues? asks Spiked Online.
Nature has an excellent piece on the new generation of influential ‘deep learning‘ AI algorithms.
What’s it like to hear voices that aren’t there? Interesting review of the common features of hallucinated voices from the BPS Research Digest.
The New York Times has an amazing piece by a man losing his memory who eloquently describes the experience.
Keyboard dyspraxia: do neuropsychological syndromes need updating in light of modern life? asks the Cortex Unfolded blog.
An antipsychotic drug may banish hallucinations and delusions by prompting neurons to churn out proteins that reshape the cells report Science News.
Neuroskeptic continues the excellent coverage on fMRI with The Reliability of fMRI Revisited.