Studies that didn’t make the final cut this fortnight:

Teenagers who do one or more of the following – take drugs, commit crimes, gamble, skip school, join gangs – are more likely to have tattoos and body piercings.

The last century’s most important quantum physicists – Niels Bohr, Erwin Schroedinger, Werner Heisenberg and Wolfgang Pauliwere – were all interested in the mind-body problem.

Introducing the brilliantly-named ‘Warpy Thoughts Scale’ for measuring dysfunctional attitudes.

The decision-making process underlying whether to restrain violent patients in a horizontal position.

Middle Eastern shoppers enjoy the crowds more than North America shoppers.

How the prestige of the university that clinical psychologists train at affects where they end up working.