Chaz Firestone, PhD

“How good are you — and how can we make you better — at anticipating when your machines will fail?”   An interview with Chaz Firestone, PhD Asst. Professor in the Dept. of Psychological & Brain Sciences, Johns Hopkins University By: Michelle Johnson...

Christian Ruff, PhD

“…Quite often these so-called “free choices” that we make—they’re not free at all.”   An Interview with Christian Ruff, PhD Professor of Neuroeconomics and Decision Neuroscience; University of Zurich By: Michelle Johnson (3/29/19) When you were...

Terry Jernigan, PhD

“…Some of the most exciting bursts of creativity come when you pivot.”   An interview with Terry Jernigan, PhD Professor of Cognitive Science, Psychiatry, and Radiology Director, Center for Human Development Co-Director, ABCD Study Coordinating...

Eric Turkheimer, PhD

“…Being divorced is just about as heritable as schizophrenia, and you probably wouldn’t want to say that divorce is a genetic disease of the brain.”   An interview with Eric Turkheimer, PhD Hugh Scott Hamilton Professor of Psychology, University of...

Judit Gervain, PhD

“There’s this interesting disconnect between how helpless a human newborn looks and how sophisticated a baby really is, at least when it comes to listening to language.”   An interview with Judit Gervain, PhD Senior Research Scientist, Laboratoire...

Sam Gershman, PhD

“…An elementary decision of whether to buy something or not really depends in some nontrivial way on a whole host of factors that extended beyond that individual object.”   An interview with Sam Gershman, PhD Assistant Professor, Psychology...
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