Noggin Raisers Vol.6

brainmapIf you want to lose weight, is it better to clear the house of sweets, or put a pile in every room?  We’re Only Human provides the paradoxical answer

Ars Psychiatrica gives us a tour of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s troubled psyche when he penned “The Crack Up”

Dr. Shock tells us why chronic stress is a critical risk factor in psychiatry

Great piece at Mind Hacks telling us about how we learn

Hack your brain and hallucinate with ping pong balls using this graphic from The Boston Globe

Trust and fraud are the topics of an insightful post at The Frontal Cortex

Is Google making us Stoopid?  Not at all says Carl Zimmer, and he’s got the argument to back it up

The Situationist points us to a piece about why we crave the smell of a loved one’s clothes

The lively debate about voodoo neuroscience goes on at The Neurocritic, and here at BPS Research

Shrink Rap helps keep us grounded with a human experiment

And finally, although this has nothing to do with the topics of this blog, I want to let you know that YOU too can have your very own Obamicon, courtesy of Paste Magazine.

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