Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
Interesting social mapping using subway journey data from Beijing reproted in New Scientist.
BPS Research Digest has compiled a comprehensive list of mind, brain and behaviour podcasts.
That study finding a surge of p values just below 0.05 in psychology, probably not a sign of bad science, reports Daniel Lakens with a new analysis.
The Toronto Star reports that psychologists terminated a study on implanting false crime memories early due to over-effectiveness.
Why do mirrors seem to reverse left and right but not up or down? Clear explanation in a great video from Physics Girl.
Vice has an interesting piece on public reactions to celebrities who become psychotic or begin to display unusual behaviour.
Science News has a map of ambient noisyness is America.
There’s an interesting interview with Facebook AI director Yann LeCun in IEEE Spectrum magazine.