Thursday, 2 November 2006

Extras

Eye-catching studies that didn't make the final cut this fortnight:

The right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex plays a vital role in our willingness to punish unfair behaviour by others, even at a cost to ourselves.

The boundaries between different colours are arbitrary - determined by which wavelengths we decide to allocate labels to. It seems different cultures around the world slice colour up in the same way. (Open access)

Men maybe more vulnerable than women to depression if their spouse suffers cognitive decline.

Dyslexic students may be particularly prone to anxiety.

Should you reveal information about yourself when you're negotiating?

Have you seen a particularly noteworthy paper in psychology? Let me know on christian[@]psychologywriter.org.uk

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