After a few weeks in the proverbial wilderness I return with a super-sized collection of medicine, neuroscience and psychology ScienceSeeker Editor's Selections for the week:
- Eric Horow, of peer-reviewed by my neurons, explores the question 'Do children learnt to hide religious preferences?'
- Recent investigations into the prognosis of cancer patients using complimentary and alternative medicine were digested by both Respectful Insolence and Science-based medicine.
- At Eye on Psych, Scott McGreal bravely asks 'could gender priming improve female recall of general knowledge?'
- Vaughan Bell links to his recent Observer column on 'How stimulating dementia can help map our minds'. Technically a Observer article but well worth a read non the less.
- And Neuroskeptic looks at 'your brain on Management'.
This post was written by Andrew Watt for A Hippo on Campus.