Here are my Science Seeker Editor's Selections for the past week:

Can Sleep Deprivation Cause Psychotic Behaviour? And what does it have to do with airline pilots? Dr. Vitelli explains at Providentia.

Think you could lift a car? You might, if someone's life depended on it. Jordan Gaines describes how that might work. Superhero science: tapping into our super-strength with adrenaline.

According to Ellie Wilson, in a guest post at Jon Brock's blog Cracking the Enigma, "In autism, deficits processing facial expressions are widely acknowledged, but there is an increasing amount of evidence for impaired facial identity recognition from scientific studies as well as personal anecdotes." Why do (some) autistic kids struggle to recognise faces?

"The Summer Olympics are fast approaching," Dirk Hanson writes, "and that can only mean one thing: drugs. After more than a decade, you might wonder, how goes the so-called War on Doping?" Read about The Summer Olympics and the “War on Doping” at Addiction Inbox.