Fascinating Psychology and Neuroscience blogging as always this week. After several weeks behind me as Psych and Neuro Editor, I can confirm that is indeed really, really hard to just pick a few posts each week. But pick them I must...here are my Research Blogging Editor's Selections for this week:
- Starting light, Neurokuz shares an interesting study looking at whether music choice affects exercise performance.
- Moving on, Bill Yates of Brain Posts considers late maturation as a confounding variable in diagnosing ADHD.
- Michelle Dawson, of The Autism Crisis, has an interesting look into the role of circadian rhythms (or the lack thereof) in autism.
- In another autism-related post, Scott Long of the Phased blog shares a fascinating study looking at the perception of shadows in autistic children.
Thanks for the posts!