Wednesday, 4 April 2012

Editor's Selections: Choice, Coital conversations and Cleaning

It is with great pleasure that I can announce that I am one of the newly minted Editors for (along with Sarah Chow, Cristy Gelling, Matthew Francis, Jason Goldman, Mark Hahnel, Peter Krautzberger and Allie Wilson). Each week I'll be selecting 3-4 of the best posts from across the blogosphere covering  medicine, neuroscience and psychology for you all to enjoy. To get you all started here are my inaugral ScienceSeeker Editor's Selections:
  • Sam McNerney covers the paradox of choice over at Why We Reason?  Are too many choices impairing our selections?
  • Tiffani Washington discusses why it's important to talk about what goes on behind your bedroom door behind your doctor's door in What We Don't Talk About When We Don't Talk About Sex.
  • And Christian Jarrett digests a study investigating whether that new carriage smell leads to more sanitary  passengers at BPS Research Digest.


This post was written by Andrew Watt for A Hippo on Campus.


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