People who have memories of a ‘previous life’ are more likely to forget where they first encountered a person’s name – a finding that provides a small clue as to why they believe they can remember an earlier existence. Pianists are better at duetting with a recording of themselves playing, than with other people. Perfectionism in people with anorexia. Investigating people’s perception of how likely they are to be a victim of crime. Anxiety disorders in children can be treated effectively, a metanalysis shows. Cleverer children are more likely to become vegetarians as adults.
If you come across a noteworthy psychology journal article, or perhaps you’ve published one yourself, please let me know.