Vaughan at Mindhacks comments on his recent reading of Man's Search for Meaning.
Vaughan mentions Philip Zimbardo in his post. It so happens that you can read Zimbardo's thoughts about Abu Ghraib over at The Situationist.
Greg Downey at Neuroanthropolgy suggests caution in interpreting recent research being touted by some as evidence that there is no such thing as free will.
Wray Herbert on the neurology of stereotypes.
"Happiness" is on the decline for many Chinese, even as their material position improves.
Even though they're quite stupid, babies learn language with incredible ease (Cognition & Language Lab)
Heh... a borderline restraining order at Corpus Callosum: