Thursday, 7 February 2008

Elsewhere

For when you've had enough of journal articles:

Laughter and humour are explored in an exhibition at London's Hayward Gallery: Laughing in a Foreign Language.

"Women are better long-term planners..." The BBC explains why businesses need female managers.

"The brain makes a million connections every second for the whole of our lifetime..." Prof Colin Blakemore argues in the Independent that the brain is an organ so complex we may never understand it.

Behavioural economist Tim Harford appeared on the latest edition of BBC Radio 4's Start the Week, claiming that rational, incentive-driven decision making permeates every aspect of our lives.

The latest issue of Scientific American has free articles on the neuroscience of kissing, and the evolutionary psychology of corporate environments.

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