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Behavioral Neuroscience, Psychology
Kim's book delves into how we make decisions, how biases arise and can be avoided, and the science behind judgement, grounded in real life examples
Meet Michael Mallouh, fourth year biology major, psychology minor, and on the pre-med track and hear about his research experiences as an undergraduate including the Schafer Co-op Scholarship.
Psychology professor Lisa Feldman Barrett, whose research in the field of affective neuroscience has upended conventional wisdom on the nature of emotions, has been named president-elect of the Association of Psychological Science.
Behavioral Neuroscience, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Linguistics, Marine and Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology
Each year dozens of College of Science students are recognized for their achievements in the classroom, on co-op and in the community. 2018 is no different.
Lisa Feldman Barrett, University Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Northeastern, has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the society announced Wednesday.
For hundreds of years, psychologists have operated under the notion that each emotion category—anger, sadness, fear, disgust, happiness, surprise—has its own physiological fingerprint. But that assumption is not true, according to new research by Northeastern psychologists Lisa Feldman Barrett and Karen S. Quigley.
Exercise is good for your health. We all know that. But here's a news flash: 150-300 minutes of it per week can give you better and longer sleep, help with depression and anxiety and even lead to better brain function in children, according to a new report.
Psychology and Linguistics professor Iris Berent named a fellow of the Association of Psychological Science, a leading international organization in psychological research.
Psychology Professor Iris Berent has had the honor to be part of the Humanities Center Resident Fellowship Program this year, a program hosted by the College of Social Sciences and Humanities that brings together scholars from various colleges to discuss a common theme.