Our 10 favourite psychology and neuroscience links from the last week or so:
The Why Factor on BBC World Service looked at the history and psychology of swearing (more from The Psychologist magazine).
An interview with Eric Eich, the new editor of Psychological Science – the flagship journal of the Association for Psychological Science. He reveals plans for 2014 that will hopefully reduce the prevalence of questionable research practices.
Babies’ basic number sense predicts their maths ability at age 3 – Virginia Hughes reports on a cute and intriguing study for her Only Human blog (but see also).
Ann Friedman wrote about Impostor Syndrome for Pacific Standard magazine – this is the feeling that you got where you are by luck, not skill (more from The Psychologist magazine).