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.
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New Scientist piece on how altering the auditory feedback from our contact with the environment can shape perception
Why does this article remind me of the AMSR that everyone was talking about a while back?