Behind the Beanpot: An Exclusive Q&A with Megan Carter, COS Student and Member of the Women’s Ice Hockey Team
With only days away from the beloved Beanpot championship, Megan Carter, a senior biology student and member of the women’s ice hockey team, joined us for an exclusive Q&A on her passions on and off the ice.
February 13, 2023
Twenty-three seasons and seven Super Bowl rings later, quarterback Tom Brady is hanging up his jersey and donning civilian clothes. His retirement announcement on Wednesday comes a year after the 45-year-old football star initially said he was stepping away from the sport before committing again to what would be a final season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
February 02, 2023
A new research paper by Northeastern professor Iris Berent demonstrates that the idea that the mind and body are separate and distinct rises naturally in people who are neurotypical and is not just the result of culture or environment.
December 07, 2022
It’s not a coincidence that horror has thrived, creatively and financially during tumultuous times. The films themselves might not always directly represent the anxieties and fears of the time, but audiences still find some kind of solace in seeing fear put on screen.
October 27, 2022
As the Northeastern crew teams prepare for the Head of the Charles this weekend, Northeastern University professor Greyson Kimball weighs in on how psychology can get our rowers in sync for success.
October 20, 2022
Where are you really from? An incoming assistant professor explores the psychology of being biracial
Science Fellow in the psychology and applied psychology department Analia Albuja has dedicated her research career to understanding how racial and cultural labeling affects people who do not fall neatly into the categories society.
September 19, 2022
Kids of all body types are tested as Northeastern researchers discover why children with obesity are outliers in terms of the immediate cognitive benefits of exercise.
August 30, 2022
Jonathan Peelle, one of Northeastern’s newest faculty members and cognitive neuroscientist has begun work in the Center for Cognitive and Brain Health.
August 29, 2022
Writers, athletes, gamers—they’re all hoping to experience “the zone” where hard work comes easily and the most satisfying results are flowing. That often mythical goal is the subject of a study by David Melnikoff, a Northeastern visiting research scholar in psychology, who has assembled a formula that can help people establish a sense of flow and achieve goals of all kinds.
July 14, 2022
Why have people fallen head-over-heels for “Stranger Things”? William Sharp, an associate teaching professor of psychology at Northeastern, has an idea–and it starts with Sigmund Freud.
July 08, 2022
Pop culture is full of instantly recognizable iconography, images and sounds that reach into our brains and pull us back in time. Hollywood has been mining the past for cinematic gold, increasingly relying on reboots, remakes and sequels. The latest Star Wars show, “Obi-Wan Kenobi,” the super-sized fourth season of ‘80s homage “Stranger Things,” and “Top […]
June 10, 2022
Congratulations to the five undergraduate students who have been named 2022 Advancing Women in Science Scholars!
June 02, 2022
The ability to evaluate your feelings can be an important tool for regulating your emotions. Northeastern researchers uncovered where this process happens in the brain in a new study.
May 20, 2022
11 are faculty members of the College of Science are 2023 TIER1 Awardees. The TIER 1 Seed Grant/Proof of Concept Program awards are supported by the colleges and the Senior Vice Provost for Research.
April 28, 2022
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