Wednesday assorted links

1. How much depression is there in poor countries?

2. “Indeed, both studies revealed that while social liberals were overall more sympathetic to poor people than social conservatives, reading about White privilege decreased their sympathy for a poor White (vs. Black) person. Moreover, these shifts in sympathy were associated with greater punishment/blame and fewer external attributions for a poor White person’s plight. We conclude that, among social liberals, White privilege lessons may increase beliefs that poor White people have failed to take advantage of their racial privilege—leading to negative social evaluations.”  Link here.

3. Noah Carl has been sacked.  And more information.

4. “What compelled you to put a waterfall of this size inside an airport?” (Singapore)

5. A review of neuroeconomic gameplay in psychiatric disorders.

6. Hacking insulin pump regulation.


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