Members in the News

David M. Amodio, New York University, New York Times, Oct 12, 2009: The Young and the Neuro.

Eugene Arnold, Ohio State University, Science, Sep 25, 2009: The Theory? Diet Causes Violence. The Lab? Prison.

Timothy B. Baker, University of Wisconsin, Newsweek, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Science, Oct 2, 2009; Los Angeles Times, Oct 8, 2009; Psychology Today, Oct 9, 2009; Nature, Oct 15, 2009: Ignoring the Evidence: Why Do Psychologists Reject Science?

Thomas J. Bouchard, University of Minnesota, Science, Jul 3, 2009: Behavioral Geneticist Celebrates Twins, Scorns PC Science.

Kelly D. Brownell, Yale University, NPR, Morning Edition, Oct 14, 2009: Soda Tax.

Malinda Carpenter, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Science, Aug 14, 2009: Monkeys Like Mimics.

Mina Cikara, Princeton University, New York Times, Oct 12, 2009: The Young and the Neuro.

Edward L. Deci, University of Rochester, The New York Times, Sep 14, 2009: When a Parent’s ‘I Love You’ Means ‘Do as I Say.’

Janet A. DiPietro, Johns Hopkins University, Washington Post (DC), Sep 29, 2009: Pre-Preschool.

Ernst Fehr, University of Zurich, Science, Sep 4, 2009: On the Origin of Cooperation.

Jonathan Freeman, Tufts University, New York Times, Oct 12, 2009: The Young and the Neuro.

David C. Geary, University of Missouri, Columbia, Science, Sep 25, 2009: Boys Will Be Boys.

Peter Hagoort, Nijmegen Institute for Cognition and Information, Science, Oct 16, 2009: The Speaking Brain.

Alan R. Hirsch, Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation, Express (Washington, DC), Sep 22, 2009: Decode Your Cravings.

Juliane Kaminski, University of Cambridge, Science, Sep 4, 2009: Like Infant, Like Dog.

Alan B. Krueger, Princeton University, Science, Sep 18, 2009: Attitudes and Action: Public Opinion and the Occurance of International Terrorism.

Lester A. Lefton, Kent State University, Academe Today, Oct 14, 2009: Kent State Will Pay Bonuses to About 800 Professors.

Willem J.M. Levelt, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Science, Oct 16, 2009: The Speaking Brain.

Matthew Lieberman, University of California, Los Angeles, New York Times, Oct 12, 2009: The Young and the Neuro.

Robert W. Livingston, Northwestern University, Newsweek, Oct 15, 2009: Black CEOs and The Teddy Bear Effect.

David F. Lohman, University of Iowa, Science, Sep 4, 2009: Science Needs Kids With Vision.

David Lubinski, Vanderbilt University, Science, Sep 4, 2009: Science Needs Kids With Vision.

Richard M. McFall, Indiana University, Newsweek, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Science, Oct 2, 2009; Los Angeles Times, Oct 8, 2009; Psychology Today, Oct 9, 2009; Nature, Oct 15, 2009: Ignoring the Evidence: Why Do Psychologists Reject Science?

Walter Mischel, Columbia University, Newsweek, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Science, Oct 2, 2009; Los Angeles Times, Oct 8, 2009; Psychology Today, Oct 9, 2009; Nature, Oct 15, 2009: Ignoring the Evidence: Why Do Psychologists Reject Science?

Keely A. Muscatell, University of California, Los Angeles, New York Times, Oct 12, 2009: The Young and the Neuro.

Denise C. Park, University of Texas at Dallas, Washington Post (DC), Sep 29, 2009: Rather Than Worry About Dementia, Forget About It.

Elizabeth A. Phelps, New York University, New York Times, Oct 12, 2009: The Young and the Neuro.

Adrian Raine, University of Pennsylvania, Science, Sep 25, 2009: The Theory? Diet Causes Violence. The Lab? Prison.

Varda Shoham, University of Arizona, Newsweek, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Science, Oct 2, 2009; Los Angeles Times, Oct 8, 2009; Psychology Today, Oct 9, 2009; Nature, Oct 15, 2009: Ignoring the Evidence: Why Do Psychologists Reject Science?

Stephen J. Suomi, National Institutes of Health, Science, Aug 14, 2009: Capuchin Monkeys Display Affiliation Toward Humans Who Imitate Them.

Molly V. Wagster, National Institute on Aging, Washington Post (DC), Sep 29, 2009: Rather Than Worry About Dementia, Forget About It.

Daniel M. Wegner, Harvard University, Science, Jul 3, 2009: How to Think, Say, or Do Precisely the Worst Thing for Any Occasion.

Observer Vol.22, No.9 November, 2009

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