Neuroscience Archive

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

Alex Burmester, New York University – Working Memory

If you’re listening to this right now you’re using working memory. Alex Burmester, research associate in

Justin Couchman, Albright College – Uncertainty

You can’t always give students what they want. Justin Couchman, associate professor of psychology at Albright

Hui-Chen Lu, Indiana University – Coffee and Dementia

I hope you’ve had your morning coffee today. Hui-Chen Lu, professor of neuroscience at Indiana University,

Neil Garrett, Princeton Neuroscience Institute – Dishonesty

What causes dishonesty? Neil Garrett, postdoctoral researcher in the Daw Lab at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute,

Isabel Gauthier, Vanderbilt University – Sex Differences in Facial Recognition

Women outperform men when it comes recognizing faces. Isabel Gauthier, Professor of Radiology and Radiological Sciences

Kim Burchiel, Oregon Health & Science University – Deep Brain Stimulation

Can a hockey goalie for your brain help stop Parkinson’s? Kim Burchiel, Professor in the Department