Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
The Psychologist has a great piece by leading neurosurgeon Henry Marsh on mistakes, mystery and the mind.
When Does Consciousness Begin and End? Interesting piece from PBS.
The Lancet Psychiatry has a great piece on a unique suicide crisis resolution house in London.
Who Are You Now? Brilliant site from Headway East London on life stories of brain injury survivors.
The Dana Foundation discusses research on how ‘cognitive peaks‘ happen at different ages for different abilities.
Cavemen didn’t live in caves. Why we see early humans through modern humans’ eyes. Good article in Nautilus.
BBC Radio 4 has the first part of a two-part documentary on psychology and the origins of the Satanic ritual abuse panic.
Hacking the nervous system through the vagus nerve. Excellent piece in Mosaic Science.