Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
Nautilus discusses how music hijacks our perception of time.
What the Dunning-Kruger effect is and isn’t. Good in-depth discussion of this often misunderstood effect from .
The Atlantic has a fascinating piece on mental illness in Ancient Greece and Rome.
Should a robot decide when to kill? asks The Verge. To the bunkers, you say?
Do Deaf People Hear an Inner Voice? Fascinating discussion on The Voices Within.
The New York Times discusses recent research on how we’re genetically part Neanderthal.
Why the social construction of madness is not as simple as it seems. Excellent piece on the Discursive of Tunbrige Wells blog.
Nature releases the latest edition of the excellent NeuroPod podcast.
An article on the history of the ‘Satanic abuse’ panic of the 1980s is mysteriously taken offline by Psychiatric Times. Gary Greenberg takes up the case.
New Scientist has a oddly-titled article (mind-reading?) on genuinely interesting research looking at how the brain makes sense of phonemes.
Fantastic YouTube video of a moving sculpture that gives the illusion of a rotating head.