Friday, 17 August 2007

Elsewhere

New, free psychology stuff on the global interweb:

Why too much choice can be a bad thing.

Wiring the nervous system.

The neuroscience of decision making.

How to make time slow down.

Did the Diana moment make Britain a more emotionally healthy country ? (Prospect debate).

The last interview given by Albert Ellis, the 'father of cognitive therapy'.

Animation of deep brain stimulation.

It's ungifted children who need the help (Opinion piece).

The AAICS Award from Mind Hacks (Win a prize for spotting the most Awkward Acronyms in Cognitive Science).

Why people vote the way they do.

In defence of parapsychology research.

Do IQ tests really work? Dr Colin Cooper provides the case for the defence on BBC Radio 4's Today programme (audio file).

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