I had an article published on The Conversation website today on the topic of how survivors of sexual violence are let down by the criminal justice system: https://theconversation.com/survivors-of-sexual-violence-are-let-down-by-the-criminal-justice-system-heres-what-should-happen-next-94138
I co-authored an Op-Ed piece with Susie Alegre, which was published in the print edition of the Irish Times today. It is also available to read on-line.
Here's an interview with me in Scientific American. https://twitter.com/sciam/status/965718716897021952
Today I published a new article on The Conversation website. This one is entitled: Steven Pinker lauds reason, but people need freedom – this might not end well. I hope it's of interest! SMJ
Crickey, here's a paper to start your week with. A new paper, published today in Frontiers in Psychology, reports that the more psychotic-like experiences you have, the more receptive you are to bullshit. Apparently 'bullshit' is a technical term. You are probably going to want to know how science measures "bullshit receptivity". It turns out it is … Continue reading Is psychosis associated with being more receptive to bullshit?
A new blog from me entitled: "Brain stimulation can boost creativity – but could it also help you hear inspirational voices?” It ranges from neurostimulation and voice-hearing to Terence McKenna and Tulpamancy, Hilary Mantel and the Air Force. I hope you find it stimulating. SMJ
A blog I wrote on voice-hearing for the Huffington Post is one of their 'Featured Blog Posts' in their Science section this morning, which is nice. http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/simon-mccarthyjones/a-contested-experience-th_b_16130450.html?utm_hp_ref=science