Notable Links - Dec 29, 2022
10 reading recommendations from around the web
The rise and fall of peer review — Adam Mastroianni
Dialogues on Disability: Shelley Tremain Interviews Sofia Jeppsson — a philosopher of madness, moral responsibility and agency draws on her own experiences of psychosis.
Understanding the Psychotic Mind — Richard Gipps on why acknowledging the irrationality of delusions reinforces rather than disparages our appreciation of what it is to be human.
The crimes against dopamine — by Mark Humphries (2017). “This is what fast dopamine does: it signals the error between what you predicted and what you got. That error can be positive, negative, or zero. It is not reward. Dopamine neurons do not fire when you get something good. They fire when you get something unexpected.”