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In Defense of Suzanne Corkin

This is a portrait of Suzanne Corkin.

Joining a chorus of leading psychological researchers and brain scientists, APS Fellows Howard Eichenbaum and Elizabeth Kensinger refute a journalist’s critical depiction of an esteemed pioneer in cognitive neuroscience. ... More>

Experience Buying and Selling Reduces Financially Costly Biases

When participants practiced trading items on eBay, they became less prone to certain economic biases and showed changes in brain areas linked to loss aversion. ... More>

Scientists Challenge Magazine Feature on Historic Brain Research

A group of 200 psychological researchers and other scientists has criticized The New York Times’ publication of a book excerpt, saying it unfairly characterizes the late memory researcher Suzanne Corkin. ... More>

National Science Foundation Announces Opportunity to Develop National Infrastructure for Neuroscience Research

The National Science Foundation (NSF) announces its Next Generation Networks for Neuroscience (NeuroNex) program and opens the call for submissions for two types of projects: neurotechnology hubs and theory teams. […]... More>

Risky Business: Teens Brains Behind the Wheel

A team of Finnish researchers investigates the neural underpinnings of risky behavior in teens. ... More>