Animal Research

The Science of Success

The Atlantic: In 2004, Marian Bakermans-Kranenburg, a professor of child and family studies at Leiden University, started carrying a video camera into homes of families whose 1-to-3-year-olds indulged heavily in the oppositional, aggressive, uncooperative, and aggravating behavior that psychologists call “externalizing”: whining, screaming, whacking, throwing tantrums and objects, and willfully More

Rising Stars

Ehsan Arabzadeh Joshua Correll Lisa DeBruine Hal E. Hershfield Karen Gonsalkorale Yong He Aarti Iyer Wendy Johnson Jeffrey D. Karpicke Katherine Kinzler Joe Magee Betsy Levy Paluck Angelica Ronald Susanne Scheibe Ehsan Arabzadeh University of New South Wales, Australia What does your research focus on? A principal challenge of More