Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
Prospect Magazine has a good article on early psychosis and young people who hear voices.
The cost of fame. The Message discusses the nefarious social effects of fame.
Neuroskeptic asks Where Are The Big Ideas in Neuroscience?
Emotional Intelligence Doesn’t Translate Across Borders. Essential piece from the Harvard Business Review.
The New Yorker has an excellent Oliver Sacks post-traumatic brain biography of actor Spalding Gray.
Can the Static-99 save us from sex offenders? BuzzFeed has an extended article on a widely used but perhaps over-trusted risk prediction tool in forensic psychology.
Neuroconscience has an excellent piece on current big trends in neuroscience.
Ritual cannibalism occurred in England 14,700 years ago reports Science News.