- At BPS Research Digest, Christian Jarrett asks what makes for an effective apology?
- Krystal D’Costa of the Urban Ethnographer blog describes an afternoon at a fish market in New York City, and ponders the relationship of smell and memory.
- The Neuroskeptic asks “Are you addicted to Starcraft? Do you want to get off Battle.net and on a psychoactive drug?” Is there really a drug that can curb your addiction to video games?
- Dirk Hanson of Addiction Inbox discusses the chase for the genes implicated in cocaine addiction.
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