Neuroscience Archive

Arianna Maffei, Stony Brook University – Children’s Food Experiences Shapes Grown-Ups’ Taste Preferences

Why do we like the food we like as adults? Arianna Maffei, professor of neurobiology and

Jacob Pellinen, University of Colorado – Why Seizures Are Often Hard to Diagnose

Seizures can be hard to diagnose. Jacob Pellinen, assistant professor of neurology at the University of

Tallie Z. Baram, University of California Irvine – Early Adversity and Brain Development

Early life adversities can have a lifelong impact. Tallie Z. Baram, distinguished professor in the Departments

Bas Rokers, NYU Abu Dhabi – Your Brain on Virtual Reality

Virtual reality is here, but does it work for everyone? Bas Rokers, associate professor of psychology

Dan Lloyd, Trinity College – Music As The Language of the Brain

On Trinity College Week: Does your brain speak in music? Dan Lloyd, professor of philosophy, discusses

William Church, Trinity College – Cell Death and Parkinson’s Disease

On Trinity College Week: To help fight Parkinson’s disease, catch it earlier. William Church, associate professor

Michael Grabowski, Manhattan College – Neuroscience and Horror Movies

Horror movies can be quite effective at scaring us. Michael Grabowski, associate professor of communication at

Lisa Gabel, Lafayette College – Diagnosing Dyslexia

Early intervention is key to closing the reading achievement gap. Lisa Gabel, associate professor of psychology

Alex Maier, Vanderbilt University – Mind’s Eye Blink

Does your mind’s eye blink? Alex Maier, assistant professor of psychology at Vanderbilt University, discusses this

Lauren Howard, Franklin & Marshall College – Social Learning of Apes

Do primates learn from being social? Lauren Howard, assistant professor of psychology & scientific and philosophical