Here are my Research Blogging Editor's Selections for this week:
- To start things off, Krystal D'Costa of Anthropology in Practice discusses the science of women's shoes.
- Was the "Gay Caveman" really gay? Or even a caveman? Eric M. Johnson takes his blog tour to David Dobbs's Neuron Culture blog: The Allure of the Gay Caveman.
- It is often suggested that differences in neural connectivity or wiring may underlie some psychopathologies. Here's some evidence from Neuroskeptic that this may indeed be the case, at least for schizophrenia. Maybe.
- What are the ten most cited papers in Neuroscience? Well, that depends on what you mean by 'neuroscience,' to start with. But Bradley Voytek has some interesting data porn over at Oscillatory Thoughts. (And, on a similar subject, BPS Research Digest points out that psychologists like to cite themselves.)
Here we go again. gay everything. Even if the caeman chose to be gay, so what. Ever since the fall of man in Eden, gayism has been Satan's idea for man. It wasn;t menat to be. God created a WOMAN for the MAN that was made in HIS image.
Besides, how can we even tell if a skeleton was gay? Did it have mammoth bone up his butt or soemthing? What was the giveaway?