Mindlinks – An overview of 2014
We are very happy to announce our new column called Mindlinks. Every month we bring you the latest news from the world of Psychology and share a collection of links we find interesting, exciting, or funny. To start with, I would like to share my favorite 14 news items of the year 2014.
- Students prefer electric shocks to thinking
- Stop your cravings by playing tetris
- The story of a woman with antisocial personality disorder
- The girl that couldn’t stop laughing
- Is there a link between gun violence and mental health?
- Psychologists’ role in the CIA’s torture
- Facebook used user’s news feeds for experiment
- The truth about Pavlov
- A new drug to reduce brain cell loss caused by alcohol
- More myths about the brain
- Researchers claim that lost memories could be restored
- A worm in a brain
- The patient without a cerebellum
- Mice with human brain cells
What were your favorite Psychology research news from 2014? Share them with us and add them in the comment section.