Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
Wall Street Journal on The Future of AI: An Ubiquitous, Invisible, Smart Utility.
A list of the 100 most followed psychologists and neuroscientists on Twitter compiled by the BPS Research Digest. And a mixed bag it is too.
Student Science has a fantastic how-to on how to build a sensory homunculus based on data from your own body.
Is There a Link Between Mental Health and Gun Violence? asks The New Yorker. Next to bugger all, says the research.
Neuroskeptic has an interesting post on how brain structure – behaviour findings might not replicate in brain scanning. Lots of good comments.
Pavlov. What an asshole. The New Yorker covers the little known story behind a psychology legend.
When Bad Things Happen in Slow Motion. Is there more to our experience of time than the foibles of memory? asks Nautilus magazine.
Science reports on a new finding of a genetic link to male homosexuality.
Interesting New Scientist piece on how altering the auditory feedback from our contact with the environment can shape perception of ourselves.