Editor’s selections: Desire, perception, prejudice, and pain — and a touch of self-promotion

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By Dave Munger

smalldaveDave Munger selects several notable posts each week from psychology and neuroscience. He blogs at Cognitive Daily and has a weekly column on SEEDMAGAZINE.COM.

Finally, as promised, a bit of self-promotion. My column on Seed on Television’s unintended consequences attracted the notice of the producers of the nationally-syndicated radio show, The Takeaway. I was interviewed this morning along with David Dunstan, one of the authors of a recent study showing a link between TV viewing time and mortality. I’ll be discussing the research on my blog Cognitive Daily later in the day, but in the meantime, you can listen to my short interview.

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