Thursday, 18 January 2007

Elsewhere

For when you've had enough of journal articles:

There are some astoundingly vivid descriptions of panic (p.90) and self-harming (p.145) in Sarah Walter's latest best-selling novel The Night Watch (published by Virago Press), set in London during and immediately after World War II.

Happiness is the new weapon in the drive to recruit the best and brightest new workers.

What shapes the political views that we hold?

Nature has abandoned its open peer review trial, which involved academics commenting publicly on each others' submitted manuscripts online.

Practice makes perfect (via PsyBlog).

Is dyslexia a big, expensive myth?

Go easy on the clear stuff - the effect of too much water on the brain.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for linking to the report on Nature's peer review trial. Much appreciated.
    Best wishes
    Maxine
    (of Peer to Peer and Nautilus blogs at Nature).
    Email: authors at nature dot com

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