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If you are in need of something interesting to reed between christmas and new year´s eve: here are the brainy top ten of New Scientist 2008.
- What’s the Value of a Big Bonus?
- Brains of autistic children slower at processing sound
- Never Let Them See You Sweat
- The Placebo Effect: Not All in Your Head
- Swapping your body becomes a virtual reality
- The secret sex signals in human sweat
- Thanks for the memories HM
- Strangers May Cheer You Up, Study Says
- Is There Really an Epidemic of Depression?
- The Fear Factor
- Antidepressants make for Sad Fish
- Revovering Memories that never left
- Dogs Have a Nose for Inequity
- Time with dad is time well spent
- Bored? Your brain is disconnecting
- In the Brain, Justice is served from many Parts
- Sudoku puzzles show we're all capable of deductive reasoning
- Inside the Shopping Brain
- Medical jargon alters our understanding of disease
- Time to Grow Up
- Are daughters-in-law to blame for the menopause?
- How to stop creationism gaining a hold in Islam
- 2 : 0 für die Bitterschokolade
- The neuroenhancer-debate - starting with the Nature-article: Towards responsible use of cognitive-enhancing drugs by the healthy, commented by Mind Hacks: Mainstreaming cognitive enhancement and, from another perspective by Brain Waves The Case for Legal Cognitive Enhancement by the Healthy.
It´s the time to play nice and easy music, so we start smoothly with Brian Turner and Midnight Caravan, continue with the easy, autumn-like guitar of Dan Tharp and Ian and round it up with the wonderful Beautiful Wife of Al Phlipp & The Woo Team.