Neuroscience Archive

Volker Thoma, University of East London – Recognizing Faces

The way the brain processes faces, especially familiar faces, is still something of a mystery. Volker

Kenneth Hugdahl, University of Bergen – Auditory Hallucinations

There are quite a few films that utilize auditory hallucinations as a indicator of a character’s

Mohamad Z. Koubeissi, George Washington University – Explaining Consciousness

We’re still in the infancy of neuroscience. But, Dr. Mohamad Koubeissi, a George Washington University neurologist,

Hawley Montgomery-Downs, WVU – Sleep Disruption

The image of the sleep-deprived parent tending to a middle-of-the-night feeding is a common one when

Robert Latzman, Georgia State University – Chimps Have Personality

It’s common knowledge that chimpanzees are one of human’s closest relatives in the animal kingdom. Robert

Justin Hollander, Tufts University – The Subconscious City

Human psychology and neurological processes are rarely considered when drawing up blueprints for buildings. But, research

Josep Marco-Pallarés, University of Barcelona – Musical Anhedonia

Music is generally regarded as one of the most pleasurable stimuli we, as humans, experience. Music’s

Anne Warlaumont, UC Merced – Positive Feedback Loop

Studying the communicative relationship that parents share with their children is a great way to understand

Dr. Raj Morey, Duke University – Traumatic Brain Injuries

Direct trauma clearly has negative effects on the brain. Dr. Raj Morey, associate professor of psychiatry

Anne Murphy, Georgia State University – Infant and Adult Pain Response

Does the pain felt by an infant affect them later in life? Anne Murphy, associate professor