Herman Cain's Numerology Fixation — The Daily Beast [21 October, 2011]
As the former Godfather’s Pizza CEO continues his rise in the presidential race, Michelle Cottle wonders when the candidate’s peculiar obsession with supernatural signs and signals is going to become a subject of interest.

Is It Time to Retire the Midlife Crisis? — The Huffington Post [11 October, 2011]
In a fascinating post on the Scientific American website, Jesse Bering explores the history and mythology of the proverbial mid-life crisis. He notes that despite our commonly held assumption that middle age brings a full on melt-down replete with new girlfriend, new hair style and the requisite red corvette, mid-life crises aren't borne out empirically.

The Myth of the Male Midlife Crisis — MinnPost [10 October, 2011]
It’s always illuminating to go back and identify the historical origins of scientific concepts. What you frequently find is that the evidence at the birth of the concept was weak or even entirely speculative.

Midlife Crises Don’t Exist — The Boston Globe [5 October, 2011]
Do mid-life crises really exist? Freaked-out forty-something men certainly like to think so -- but, according to Jesse Bering, a psychologist, there's not much evidence in their favor.

7 Meditations on Faith, From Buddhism to Atheism — The Atlantic [8 July, 2011]
Must-read books about belief, myth, the origins of the world's religions, and why God might not be so great after all. 

Why I Have No 'Gay Pride’ — Newser [11 June, 2011]
But ‘the absence of pride is not shame,’ Jesse Bering concludes.

Review - The Belief Instinct — Metapsychology Book Reviews [31 May, 2011]
If you're going to write about God, it helps to have a sense of humor.  Jesse Bering, an evolutionary psychologist and director of the Institute of Cognition and Culture at Queen's University Belfast, puts his considerable wit on display in The Belief Instinct, a very engaging and thoughtful book in the growing literature of evolutionary perspectives on religious belief. 

Az alvajárás ritka altípusa lehet az alvás közbeni szex — Origo [30 May, 2011]
Az alvajárás egyik ritka fajtája a szexszomnia, amikor az alvó különféle szexuális tevékenységeket végez teljesen öntudatlanul. A szexszomnia férfiaknál gyakoribb, akik akár erőszakot is elkövethetnek, míg a nőknél általában kimerül nyögésekben és alvás közbeni maszturbációban.

La creencia en Dios constituye una herramienta de interacción social — CNN México [30 March, 2011]
Jesse Bering asegura que la creencia en Dios se debe a rasgos psicológicos que dan la impresión de que hay un observador moral viéndonos.

Q&A: How Our Brains Predispose Us to Believe in God — Time [16 March, 2011]
Psychologist Jesse Bering is best known for his often risqué (and sometimes NSFW) Bering in Mind blog for Scientific American, which examines human behavior — frequently of the sexual sort.

A női komikusok közt túlsúlyban vannak a homoszexuálisok — Origo [1 March, 2011]
A népszerű komikusok között sokkal több a leszbikus nő, mint a homoszexuális férfi, s ezt egy amerikai pszichológus a párválasztás evolúciós fejlődésével magyarázza.

Credinta in Dumnezeu, doar o conditionare evolutiva? — Ziare [11 February, 2011]
Este Dumnezeu singular, o entitate independenta, sau o proiectie evoluata a teoriei umane, a ceea ce ar trebuie sa fie Dumnezeu? 

Gedachte-experiment: zo schiep de mens zijn God — nrc.nl [7 February, 2011] 
In het vandaag verschenen boek The Belief Instinct (waarvan hier een voorpublicatie) stelt cognitief psycholoog Jesse Bering dat ons empathisch vermogen flink uit de bocht is gevlogen. We dichten bewustzijn toe aan dingen die niet denken, zelfs aan dingen die er niet zijn. Daarmee solliciteert hij naar de brandstapel: de wetenschapper torpedeert ons godsbesef.

Jesse Bering on 'The Belief Instinct' — The Take Away [7 February, 2011]
Why do some of us believe in God? Why do we grapple for meaning and a sense of purpose in our everyday lives? Author, Jesse Bering explores whether humans are evolutionarily designed to believe in a higher power in his new book, “The Belief Instinct: The Psychology of Souls, Destiny, and the Meaning of Life.”