Jason Goldman selects several notable posts each week from Psychology and Neuroscience. He blogs at The Thoughtful Animal.
Fascinating Psychology and Neuroscience blogging as always this week. After several weeks behind me as Psych and Neuro Editor, I can confirm that is indeed really, really hard to just pick a few posts each week. But pick them I must:
- Starting light, Neurokuz shares an interesting study looking at whether music choice affects exercise performance.
- Moving on, Bill Yates of Brain Posts considers late maturation as a confounding variable in diagnosing ADHD.
- Michelle Dawson, of The Autism Crisis, has an interesting look into the role of circadian rhythms (or the lack thereof) in autism.
- In another autism-related post, Scott Long of the Phased blog shares a fascinating study looking at the perception of shadows in autistic children.