Encephalon is up at Neuroanthropology

Encephalon, the biweekly collection of the best psychology and neuroscience posts on the web, is now available at Neuroanthropology.

In addition to great science, there's a collection of clips from a classic movie about Italian food, "Big Night." Here's my favorite:

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Encephalon, the biweekly neuroscience carnival, will be hosted at Omnibrain this week. Send in links to your favorite neuroscience posts, pronto! Don't wait, or you'll forget, like I usually do!
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I'm Italian and I live in Italy.
This sketch is gorgeous!Wonderful!I can't stop laughing.
The reactions of the two Italians were exactly my own!
Wonderful flash of understanding of our dietary preconceptions!