Tuck into our round-up of the latest and best psych and neuro links:
Does psychological and neuroscience knowledge change how we understand and think about ourselves? Charles Fernyhough explores this very issue in his second novel A Box of Birds. He provides some background for the School of Life blog.
What kind of personality helps you engage with work? Our sister blog The Occupational Digest investigates.
Apparently we used to sleep in two separate phases with a wakeful period in between, rather than all night through. Could explain why it’s so common for people to wake in the middle of the night.
A new psychotherapy App called Buddy is being rolled-out nationwide after successful trial in London.
RIP Ulric Neisser, one of the founding fathers of cognitive psychology, who died last week.
Several free journal issues published this week: Think, Psychology & Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice, Journal of Occupational and Organisational Psychology.
Four-time World Iron Man champion Chrissie Wellington tells the Guardian that she once had bulimia and anorexia. Coincidentally, I learned this week that Loughborough University recently opened a new clinic dedicated to treating and studying eating disorders in athletes.
If you liked the HBO series In Treatment, the Israeli original BeTipul starts on Sky Arts 1 HD this Sunday in the UK.
Check it out: Scientific American Mind magazine has a new page on Facebook.
Post compiled by Christian Jarrett for the BPS Research Digest.