Maya Bar-Hillel, PhD

“I stumbled upon the stumpers work primarily because it’s riddles, and I’m a riddle lover.” An interview with Maya Bar-Hillel, PhD Professor Emeritus, Psychology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem By: Michelle Johnson (11/1/19) Had you always...

Sandeep Prasada, PhD

“…The obvious things also need to be explained. Often there are deep explanations…”   An interview with Sandeep Prasada, PhD Department of Psychology, Hunter College, CUNY By: Michelle Johnson, 10/25/19 Did you always know you wanted to study...

Chen Yu, PhD

“…the exciting part is how we can go beyond the laboratory to study phenomena in the real world because ultimately, we want our findings to have impact in the real world.”   An interview with Chen Yu, PhD Professor Cognitive Science Professor...

Jesse Goldberg, MD, PhD

“…It was eyebrow-raising: how much grit is required. There are so many rejections behind every success…”   An interview with Jesse Goldberg, MD, PhD Department of Neurobiology and Behavior, Cornell University By Michelle Johnson (10/4/19) How did you first...

Anna Schapiro, PhD

“When we’re learning new information, and it has all kinds of interrelationships, how do we see those relationships?”   An Interview with Anna Schapiro, PhD Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania By: Michelle Johnson (September 26,...

Tali Sharot, PhD

“What is driving our information-seeking behavior, the questions we ask—why are you asking me the questions you are?”    An interview with Tali Sharot, PhD Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience; University College London By: Michelle Johnson (9/13/19)...
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