Saturday, 14 March 2015

Link feast

Our pick of this week's best psychology and neuroscience links:

"it’s a story that involves psychology, psychologists, and even the British Psychological Society"
Jon Sutton, editor of The Psychologist, reviews Jon Ronson's new book So You've Been Publicly Shamed.

Mediators call for change to science of Human Brain Project
Nature reports on calls for the project to rethink its omission of cognitive and systems neuroscience.

Let’s get this straight: bipolar is not a useful tool for productivity
A first-hand account from an anonymous academic.

Are murderers born or made?
BBC article to accompany new Horizon documentary: The Mystery of Murder: A Horizon Guide.

The games we play: A troubling dark side in academic publishing
The Guardian Head Quarters blog looks at some worrying allegations that researchers having been gaming the peer review system in several autism and developmental disorder journals.

Broken Windows
The latest episode of the N of Us podcast has been released.

The top 10 reasons why couples argue
From Tim Lott at The Guardian.
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Post compiled by Christian Jarrett (@psych_writer) for the BPS Research Digest.

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