Thursday, 15 February 2007

Elsewhere

For when you've had your fill of journal articles...

Free access:

The last two issues of Wellcome Science mag are packed with psychology, including articles on altruism; the brain and music; and hearing and language in babies.

The increasingly bizarre selection strategies used by employers.

Was there such a thing as repressed memory before the year 1800?

Watch how a psychology essay evolves.

Cultural anthropologist Jean Smith discusses the science of flirting (Guardian podcast).

It's better to praise children's effort rather than their intelligence (via Mind Hacks).

Your brain and how to use it: a month of neural circuit training from The Sunday Times.

Subscriptions required:

The man with a silicon brain.

Mind to mind - how brain scanning is being used to investigate communication using the power of thought alone (March issue of BBC Focus magazine).

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