Mo at Neurophilosophy has a nice discussion of the findings from a recent study investigating the relationship between memory and the imagination of future events.
Cheryl Fuller with thoughts on psychotherapy, the DSM and the muddle of mental illness.
Neil Scheurich on Alexander Waugh's The House of Wittgenstein: A Family at War.
More from Dr. Bliss on pro bono work and legal risk. Dr. X wonders: maybe we need Good Samaritan legislation to protect physicians doing charitable work through agencies. The agency could be sued, but not the individual practitioner.
Sticky Diagnoses: ClinkShrink comments on the difficulty removing a psychiatric diagnosis once a patient has been tagged.
Reanalysis of data from a 2003 "depression gene" study raises serious doubts about findings.
Does musical training leave the brains of musicians better attuned to the emotional content of vocal sounds?
A late addition:
Expert Testimony: Mark Draughan discusses "Gang experts" and the availability heuristic.