Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
The new trailer for upcoming Pixar movie Inside Out is very funny and has a remarkably accurate depiction of brain function.
Neurocritic covers hipster neuroscience.
Is the ‘bilingual advantage’ in cognitive performance a result of publication bias? Maybe, suggests the Science of Us.
The Economist asks whether behavioural economics could be a tool to tackle global poverty.
Why do friendly people usually lead happier lives? asks BPS Research Digest.
Fastcompany has an interesting piece on the curious results from an online lingerie company who use extensive A/B testing of model photos to see underwear.
The science of why torture makes for useless interrogation – in New Scientist.