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Karen Rommelfanger If You Transplant a Human Head, Where Do You Get the Body? Gizmodo 30 Nov 2017
Laura Otis Learning by Hearing, Learning by Seeing Psychology Today 30 Nov 2017
Michael Leo Owens Atlanta mayoral candidate Norwood releases 9 years of tax returns Atlanta Journal Constitution 28 Nov 2017
Andra Gillespie Race, ideology favor Bottoms in Atlanta mayoral runoff Atlanta Business Chronicle 28 Nov 2017
Scott Lilienfeld Are Psychopathy and Heroism Two Sides of the Same Coin? Psychology Today 27 Nov 2017
Elaine Walker Scientists are learning to predict psychosis years in advance¿and possibly prevent it Science Magazine 27 Nov 2017
Scott Lilienfeld Five little quirks which might mean you¿re actually a psychopath Yahoo News 14 Nov 2017
Karen Rommelfanger Head Transplants: Sergio Canavero Is About to Perform the First Human Surgery - and There's Nothing to Stop Him Newsweek 14 Nov 2017
Andra Gillespie Options to block Roy Moore's senate path opaque USA Today 14 Nov 2017
Frans de Waal The Difference Between a Bully and a True Alpha Male KQED Science 14 Nov 2017
Andra Gillespie Poll: In the old Confederacy the racial gap shows no sign of closing Atlanta Journal Constitution 13 Nov 2017
Andra Gillespie Democratic LGBT, other minority candidates see historic wins, but long-term impact on diversity unclear ABC News 9 Nov 2017
Andra Gillespie Ga. Confederate Group Hires Lobbyist for Legislative Session WABE 9 Nov 2017
Dieter Jaeger Jaeger wins Einstein Fellowship for innovative study of brain circuit function Emory News Center 9 Nov 2017
Michael Leo Owens Can an African American Berniecrat Push Southern Democrats Left? New Republic 7 Nov 2017
Michael Leo Owens In Atlanta Mayoral Election, Does Race Matter? WABE 7 Nov 2017
Frans de Waal Do animals dream of electric humans? The Independent 6 Nov 2017
Melvin Konner Nightmare Consumption: On Dina Khapaeva's "The Celebration of Death in Contemporary Culture" Los Angeles Book Review 3 Nov 2017
Andra Gillespie Amid Lawsuit, Georgia Voter Data Erased GPB News 2 Nov 2017
Michael Leo Owens Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed Playing An Active Role In Race To Replace Him WABE 2 Nov 2017
Andra Gillespie Dead voters reanimate zombie politics 11Alive 26 Oct 2017
Andra Gillespie South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott becoming go-to for Trump responses on race relations The Post and Courier 20 Oct 2017
Frans De Waal Why wolves are better team players than dogs Science Magazine 19 Oct 2017
Ben Reiss The Secrets of Sleep The New Yorker 18 Oct 2017
Andra Gillespie 'Emotionally disruptive' Trump takes toll on those who cover him Columbia Journal Review 17 Oct 2017
Michael Leo Owens Bribery scandal stokes Atlanta mayor¿s race Atlanta Journal Constitution 16 Oct 2017
John Lindo New science faculty bring diverse perspectives to the classroom Emory New Center 16 Oct 2017
Michael Leo Owens Will America's 'Black Mecca' Elect a White Mayor? Politico 11 Oct 2017
Robert Schneider 2.0 The Infinite God Australia Broadcasting 10 Oct 2017
Gregory Berns Does your dog really love you? Or is it all about food? Miami Herald 10 Oct 2017
Michael Leo Owens There's something about Mary Norwood Atlanta Magazine 10 Oct 2017
Michael Leo Owens Atlanta mayor's race: A wide-open contest that will shape the region The Atlanta Journal Constitution 27 Sep 2017
Frans de Waal Monkey Eats Mummified Baby in 'Astonishing' Case National Geographic 27 Sep 2017
Larry Young The Social Life of Opioids Scientific American 25 Sep 2017
Scott Lilienfeld 10 Words You're Probably Using Wrong - and What to Say Instead Entrepreneur 22 Sep 2017
Matthew Bernstein Review: Klezmatics fiddler Alicia Svigals performs live to silent film classic "The Yellow Ticket" Arts ATL 18 Sep 2017
Michael Leo Owens Atlanta City Hall Bound For Shake-Up After November Election WABE 14 Sep 2017
Greg Berns Neuroscientist tries to get into dogs' minds to see how they think Good Morning America 13 Sep 2017
Greg Berns Emory neuroscientist explores 'What It's Like to Be a Dog' Emory News Center 8 Sep 2017
Sumita Chakraborty Emory PhD candidate Sumita Chakraborty wins prestigious award for young poets Emory News Center 6 Sep 2017
Greg Berns 7 ways that your dog is all too human New Scientist 5 Sep 2017
Scott Lilienfeld Trump can be bad and mad simultaneously USA Today 5 Sep 2017
Andra Gillespie Georgia Prepares To Unveil MLK Statue At Capitol As Confederate Monuments Controversy Continues GPB News 31 Aug 2017
Philippe Rochat The uncanny valley: Humanlike robots provoke questions about our humanity Houston Chronicle 31 Aug 2017
Robert McCauley Fall courses engage emerging scholarship, hands-on learning Emory News Center 29 Aug 2017
Matthew Bernstein City Lights: Fine Arts Education; Emory Film Series; And More WABE 28 Aug 2017
Sander Gilman Alt-Right: Are Racists Mentally Ill? Some Psychiatrists Say Yes Newsweek 25 Aug 2017
Jennifer Mascaro Tibetan Buddhism-based 'compassion' training for doctors targets burnout Washington Post 24 Aug 2017
Elizabeth Downes Five Emory nurses named fellows of the American Academy of Nursing Emory News Center 22 Aug 2017
Carol Worthman Why Do We Sleep Under Blankets, Even on the Hottest Nights? Atlas Obscura 22 Aug 2017
Andra Gillespie Trump may lose 'dealmaker' luster CNBC 16 Aug 2017
Andra Gillespie The Democrats' Race Problem U.S. News 11 Aug 2017
Greg Berns What Does Your Dog Really Want? Scientific American 11 Aug 2017
Solveig Cunningham Local Food Pantry Focuses On Atlanta's Undocumented Workers Georgia Public Broadcasting 10 Aug 2017
Frans de Waal The Secret Economic Lives of Animals Bloomberg 4 Aug 2017
Andra Gillespie Handel preps another 6th District campaign as Ossoff hints at comeback The Atlanta-Journal Constitution 3 Aug 2017
Harold Gouzoules Can you tell whether these animals are upset by listening to their calls? Emory News Center 1 Aug 2017
Andra Gillespie Have Republicans moved past health care? CNBC 30 Jul 2017
Frans de Waal Ravens Are More Cunning Than Human Preschoolers Forbes 27 Jul 2017
Lena Ting Using the stairs just got easier with energy-recycling steps Emory News Center 26 Jul 2017
Frans de Waal Nasty, Brutish and Short: Are Humans DNA-Wired to Kill? Scientific American 20 Jul 2017
Jennifer Mascaro Dads Respond Differently To Daughters Than To Sons, Study Finds NPR 18 Jul 2017
Ben Reiss Happy birthday to Henry David Thoreau, a great sleep scholar The Los Angeles Times 14 Jul 2017
Robert Liu Mouse study suggests how hearing a warning sound turns into fearing it over time Emory eScience Commons 13 Jul 2017
Andra Gillespie Trump says son is 'open, transparent, and innocent' CNBC 12 Jul 2017
Andra Gillespie Cuomo talks more and more like a president, or at least a candidate The Buffalo News 10 Jul 2017
Laura Otis How we think BBC Newsday 10 Jul 2017
Andra Gillespie Sen. Isakson To Hold Telephone Town Hall Meeting Tuesday WABE 10 Jul 2017
Patricia Bauer, Robert Hampton, and Jessica Dugan The neuroscience of learning across borders Emory eScience Commons 7 Jul 2017
Andra Gillespie Stakes High for Trump in Republican Stumble Over Health Care Voice of America 30 Jun 2017
Ben Reiss Wild Nights: How Taming Sleep Created Our Restless World WLRN 29 Jun 2017
Drew Westen If Democrats want to win, here's what they must fix CNN 29 Jun 2017
Andra Gillespie Georgia's record-breaking special election will test Trump approval PBS News Hour 22 Jun 2017
Andra Gillespie The black vote is key in Georgia's House race - but can Democrats energize it? The Los Angeles Times 16 Jun 2017
Andra Gillespie Stacey Abrams Seeks to Break Glass Ceiling as America's First Black Woman Governor The Grio 15 Jun 2017
Jennifer Mascaro Talking to Boys the Way We Talk to Girls The New York Times 15 Jun 2017
Melvin Konner The weaker sex? Science that shows women are stronger than men The Guardian 15 Jun 2017
Jennifer Mascaro Fathers sing more to daughters and roughhouse with sons, study finds Washington Post 13 Jun 2017
Frans de Waal Chimps and people console victims in surprisingly similar ways The Washington Post 13 Jun 2017
Robert Liu Emory researchers closer to cracking neural code of love Science Blog 12 Jun 2017
Andra Gillespie Georgia senator receives backlash after posing with militia group in photo CBS 46 12 Jun 2017
Robert Liu What Happens When You Fall In Love? Researchers See Brain Changes In Smitten Prairie Voles Newsweek 12 Jun 2017
Dietrich Stout The Social Synapse: Neuroscience and the Roots of Human Connections World Science Festival 8 Jun 2017
Marshall Duke What's Your Family's Story? WNPR 8 Jun 2017
Jennifer Mascaro Are Daddy's Little Girls Treated Better Than Little Boys? NBC News 7 Jun 2017
Jennifer Mascaro Dads show gender biases, in both brain responses and behaviors toward toddlers Emory News Center 7 Jun 2017
Andra Gillespie Who won the 6th district debate? A few hot takes The Atlanta-Journal Constitution 7 Jun 2017
Lena Ting Flamingo research shows birds use one-legged stance to relax Emory News Center 6 Jun 2017
Lena Ting The Science Behind the Flamingo's One-Legged Stance The New York Times 6 Jun 2017
Greg Berns Are Books Superior to TV? The Observer 5 Jun 2017
Brent Strawn Is the Old Testament dying? Maybe, but less so for African-Americans and Mormons The Salt Lake Tribune 2 Jun 2017
Andra Gillespie Trump admin likely putting together a crisis management team CNBC 30 May 2017
Scott Lilienfeld Microaggression: The indignities of daily life The Atlanta-Journal Constitution 30 May 2017
Melissa Williams When Power Makes Leaders More Sensitive The New York Times 25 May 2017
Karen Rommelfanger Can a Pill Make You More Moral? Gizmodo 24 May 2017
Andra Gillespie How the odds could shift as Georgia prepares for June runoff PBS News Hour 23 May 2017
Andra Gillespie The Ossoff boom continues with lead in new poll, increase in voter registration Salon 23 May 2017
Andra Gillespie Ossoff Ad Brings Planned Parenthood Into 6th District Race WABE 23 May 2017
Hiram Maxim Faculty, staff honored for teaching, mentoring and more Emory News Center 22 May 2017
Michelle Marie Giddens Faculty, staff honored for teaching, mentoring and more Emory News Center 22 May 2017
Ilya Nemenman Conference to foster new partnerships, directions for computational neuroscience research Emory News Center 17 May 2017
Samuel Sober Conference to foster new partnerships, directions for computational neuroscience research Emory News Center 17 May 2017
Greg Berns How Smart Is a Dog Really? The Secrets of a Canine Mind Time Magazine 12 May 2017
Katie Givens Kime Doctoral student examines religious, spiritual aspects of addiction recovery Emory News Center 5 May 2017
Andra Gillespie For Fake's Sake: How to spot fake news 11Alive News 4 May 2017
Ben Reiss African Americans don't sleep as well as whites, an inequality stretching back to slavery The Los Angeles Times 27 Apr 2017
Ursula Kelly School of Nursing associate professor named fellow of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners Emory News Center 19 Apr 2017
Andra Gillespie Will Georgia's Special Election Show an Anti-Trump Tide? The New York Times 18 Apr 2017
Andra Gillespie 'This is all about turnout': Legal expert on Georgia's 6th district election 11 Alive News 18 Apr 2017
Andra Gillespie Will Attack Ads Against Democrat Jon Ossoff Hurt His Chances? GPB News 18 Apr 2017
Todd Preuss Drugs That Work In Mice Often Fail When Tried In People NPR 11 Apr 2017
Daniel Dilks How babies see faces: New fMRI methods open window into infants' minds Emory eScience Commons 7 Apr 2017
Tanja Jovanovic Advances In Diagnostic Tests for PTSD WebMD 7 Apr 2017
Ben Reiss Benjamin Reiss Explores The History Of Sleep And Sleeplessness Georgia Public Broadcasting 26 Mar 2017
Ben Reiss Why do we make children sleep alone? Los Angeles Times 26 Mar 2017
Ben Reiss `Wild Nights' Awakens Us to Sleep Nightmare Atlanta Jewish Times 26 Mar 2017
Frans De Waal Empathy gets a bad rap Atlanta Business Chronicle 23 Mar 2017
Karen Rommelfanger Neuromarketing in the Age of iPhones Epoch Times 20 Mar 2017
Greg Berns Don't Demonize Trump Voters Scientific American 17 Mar 2017
Scott Lilienfeld The scientific evidence for microaggressions is weak and we should drop the term, argues review author The British Psychological Society 16 Mar 2017
Greg Berns Emory Neuroscientist Launches An 'Ark' For Animals' Brains WABE 15 Mar 2017
Michael Leo Owens St. Louis Mayoral Race Holds Lessons for Black Candidates The New York Times 14 Mar 2017
Robert McCauley A General Assertion Is Worth Innumerable Pictures Penn College 13 Mar 2017
Karen Rommelfanger DARPA's Brain Chip Implants Could Be the Next Big Mental Health Breakthrough-Or a Total Disaster Gizmodo 9 Mar 2017
Robyn Fivush How Facebook, fake news and friends are warping your memory Nature 9 Mar 2017
Ben Reiss `Wild Nights' Offers a History of Sleep (and Sleeplessness) The New York Times 2 Mar 2017
Karen Rommelfanger When stress becomes physical Science Blog 1 Mar 2017
Arri Eisen Learning about science to understand Buddhism CNN 1 Mar 2017
Carol Worthman Learning about science to understand Buddhism CNN 1 Mar 2017
Jim Rilling 'Love Hormone' May Help Dads Bond with Toddlers Live Science 28 Feb 2017
Jim Rilling How dads bond with toddlers: Brain scans link oxytocin to paternal nurturing Emory eScience Commons 22 Feb 2017
Scott Lilienfield The Shaky Science of Microaggression The Chronicle of Higher Education 17 Feb 2017
Frans de Waal Monkeys and dogs have human-style morality Daily Mail 17 Feb 2017
Frans de Waal Monkeys and dogs judge humans by how they treat others New Scientist 13 Feb 2017
Scott Lilienfeld Betsy DeVos Invests in a Therapy Under Scrutiny The New York Times 2 Feb 2017
Eugene Winograd When Our Memories Are Both Vivid and Wrong The Wall Street Journal 27 Jan 2017
Greg Berns Tasmanian Tigers' Brains Yield Clues Long After Extinction The New York Times 26 Jan 2017
Matthew Bernstein Memorial Drive series looks at the unexpurgated history of film censorship in Atlanta ArtsATL 26 Jan 2017
Frans de Waal Chimpanzees are forcing us to redefine what it means to be human Business Insider 24 Jan 2017
Tanja Jovanovic How estrogen modulates fear learning- molecular insight into PTSD Emory News 20 Jan 2017
Greg Berns How Scientists Reconstructed the Brain of a Long-Extinct Beast Smithsonian Magazine 20 Jan 2017
Jennifer Mascaro Can Compassion Training Help Physicians Avoid Burnout? Greater Good Berkeley 19 Jan 2017
Samuel Sober How birds know what not to tweet Science News For Students 17 Jan 2017
Drew Westen Smaller government is the best cure for political brain freeze The Hill 11 Jan 2017
Robert McCauley Philosophy can teach children what Google can't The Guardian 9 Jan 2017
Drew Westen This is why you get worked up about politics, according to science CNN 9 Jan 2017
Michael Leo Owens Why Cuba's Muslim population is growing Newsweek 9 Jan 2017
Marshall Duke Why you should tell your kids tragic stories this holiday season PBS NewsHour 5 Jan 2017
Robyn Fivush Why you should tell your kids tragic stories this holiday season PBS NewsHour 5 Jan 2017
Stella Lourenco Feeling squished? Airlines are shrinking headroom too Wall Street Journal 21 Dec 2016
Krish Sathian How hearing "twist my arm" engages the brain Science Daily 21 Dec 2016
Michael Leo Owens Philips deal could be first test for Atlanta mayoral candidates Atlanta Journal Constitution 21 Dec 2016
Jordan Kohn Upward mobility boosts immunity in monkeys Emory News 21 Dec 2016
Hiram Maxim College Students Want to Kill Foreign Language Requirements Slate 29 Nov 2016
Robyn Fivush Traces of Times Lost: How Childhood Memories Shape Us, Even after We've Forgotten Them The Atlantic 29 Nov 2016
Drew Westen Do Facts Matter Anymore? Atlanta Journal Constitution 28 Nov 2016
Frans de Waal Who's Top Monkey? How Social Status Affects Immune Health Scientific American 28 Nov 2016
Lena Ting NIH grants support research on balance in Parkinsons and other diseases Emory News Center 21 Nov 2016
Frans de Waal How do dogs recognize us? And why do we love cats anyway? New York Times 9 Nov 2016
Harold Gouzoules Can you identify these screams? CNN.com 31 Oct 2016
Dan Reynolds Life of the Mind lecture to explore using video games for teaching, research Emory News Center 25 Oct 2016
Melissa Williams Sudden power is a scourge -- and not just in politics Boston Globe 25 Oct 2016
Dietrich Stout Monkeys are making stone tools thought to be unique to humans Christian Science Monitor 21 Oct 2016
Michael Leo Owens Gov. Nathan Deal uses crime to pictch school takeover plan WABE 20 Oct 2016
Ilya Nemenman Ilya Nemenman made fellow of the American Physical Society ThoughtWork 17 Oct 2016
Drew Westen It's official: This election is driving Americans nuts Bloomberg News 17 Oct 2016
Scott Lilienfeld It's OK to speculate about Trump's mental health Slate 13 Oct 2016
Frans de Waal Humans aren't the only great apes that can read minds Science 7 Oct 2016
Frans de Waal Animal minds Chronicle of Higher Education 3 Oct 2016
Karen Rommelfanger How brain-machine connections can help paraplegics move again CBC Radio 30 Sep 2016
Adrian Jaeggi Status drives men's reproductive success across non-industrial world Emory News Center 28 Sep 2016
Scott Lilienfeld What do Benjanim Franklin, Elizabeth Warren, and Tim Duncan have in common? New York Times 26 Sep 2016
Rosemary Magee Theaster Gates will give three public talks during visit to Emory University Emory News Center 7 Sep 2016
Robert McCauley "Why Religion Is Natural and Science Is Not" book trailer You Tube 30 Aug 2016
Robert McCauley 7 reasons why it's easier for humans to believe in God than evolution Mother Jones 30 Aug 2016
Melissa Williams 7 ways to sound, look, and feel more confident at work Forbes 30 Aug 2016
Robert Schneider A "Strange" vector-valued quantum modular form Cornell University Library 30 Aug 2016
Dietrich Stout Archaeologists to study stone tools' role in brain evolution Emory Report 30 Aug 2016
Drew Westen A relationship expert shares a trick for getting your way in any situation Yahoo 30 Aug 2016
Holli A. Semetko A week is a long time in Delhi's politics Hindu Business Week 30 Aug 2016
Jim Rilling Being nice: Does it get you what you want? The Age 30 Aug 2016
Jim Rilling Better fathers have smaller testicles Nature 30 Aug 2016
Ilya Nemenman Biophysicists take small step in quest for "robot scientist" Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Michael Leo Owens Black and blue: The intersection of police and public Atlanta Journal Constitution 30 Aug 2016
Michael Leo Owens Black churches led the civil rights movement. Can they do it again in Baltimore? Huffington Post 30 Aug 2016
Tawni Tidwell Bridging ancient Tibetan medicine and modern Western science Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Philippe Rochat Bringing scholars closer together with the CMBC You Tube 30 Aug 2016
Laura Otis Bringing sciences and humanities together with the CMBC You Tube 30 Aug 2016
Carol Worthman Can't sleep? Maybe thinking about evolution can help NPR 30 Aug 2016
Carol Newsom Centennial conference inspires "prophetic voices" to conversation Emory Report 30 Aug 2016
Dietrich Stout Chance to make stone age ax is about more than history Atlanta Journal Constitution 30 Aug 2016
Robert Schneider Combinatorial applications of Mobius inversion Cornell University Library 30 Aug 2016
Dietrich Stout Complex cognition shaped the stone age hand axe, study shows Emory eScience Commons 30 Aug 2016
Dietrich Stout Could making stone age hand axes reveal the origins of language? Daily Mail 30 Aug 2016
Dietrich Stout Crafting stone age tools requires complex thought Archaeology Magazine 30 Aug 2016
Laura Otis Creative thinking Emory Suite 404 30 Aug 2016
Drew Westen Critical Mention CNN News 30 Aug 2016
Philippe Rochat Cultural differences determine when kids learn to play fair Nature 30 Aug 2016
Dan Reynolds Daniel Reynolds: Media studies and the mind Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Drew Westen Democrats see hopeful signals from Republicans on immigration Roll Call 30 Aug 2016
Brent Strawn Discussion of Pope Francis and "On Love and the Family" CNN 30 Aug 2016
Larry Young Do animals have empathy? Inside the decades-long quest for an answer Vox 30 Aug 2016
Krish Sathian Does this Headline Look Blue to You? Then It Might Also Feel like a Triangle Huffington Post 30 Aug 2016
Karen Rommelfanger Does this lab coat make me look fat? Chronicle of Higher Education 30 Aug 2016
Greg Berns Dogs can tell when praise is sincere Nature 30 Aug 2016
Samuel Sober Dr. Samuel Sober, Emory University -- How birds learn to sing WAMC Northeast Public Radio 30 Aug 2016
Elaine Walker Emory's new calculator measures factors for mental illness WABE 30 Aug 2016
Leslie Taylor Emory professor explores art appreciation in digital age WABE FM 30 Aug 2016
Lori Marino Emory professor featured in NOVA series on animal behavior WABE 30 Aug 2016
Carol Worthman Emory professor talks impact of temple destruction in Nepal WABE FM 30 Aug 2016
Mark Risjord Emory researchers aim to measure happiness, well-being across cultures Emory Report 30 Aug 2016
Robert McCauley Ethics to wrestle with zombies on Halloween Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Susan Tamasi Faculty awards recognize teaching and mentorship Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Darby Proctor Fairness in chimpanzees Inside Higher Education 30 Aug 2016
Kim Wallen Female sex pill, Addyi, becomes available today Associated Press 30 Aug 2016
Jim Rilling Fostering intellectual community with Emory's CMBC You Tube 30 Aug 2016
Carol Newsom Four Emory faculty named to American Academy of Arts and Sciences Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Carol Worthman Four Emory faculty named to American Academy of Arts and Sciences Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Michael Leo Owens Ga. Democrats hoping for Rev. Warnock campaign, party revival WABE 30 Aug 2016
Michael Leo Owens Georgia Democrats try to find a way forward after election losses Atlanta Journal Constitution 30 Aug 2016
Michael Leo Owens Georgians thrown in jail for owing money WSB TV 30 Aug 2016
Lena Ting Georgia Tech, Emory unite to train health care roboticists Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Drew Westen Giuliani's attack, the tepid response, and why the Deomcrats lose New Jersey.com 30 Aug 2016
Michael Leo Owens Has the war on poverty helped? Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Kim Wallen Having a Y chormosome doesn't affect female response to sexual images Emory eScience Commons 30 Aug 2016
Natalie Merrill Here is why you should share family stories AARP 30 Aug 2016
Drew Westen Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battle for party's future New York Times 30 Aug 2016
John Snarey Honors for Bernstein, Gagliardi, Ranchod-Nilsson, Snarey, and Young Emory Report 30 Aug 2016
Drew Westen How Georgia Democrats should confront a Confederate flag license Washington Post 30 Aug 2016
Drew Westen How psychology made the Brexit vote inevitable Fortune 30 Aug 2016
Melissa Williams How sexual harrassment in the C-suite poisons company culture Fortune 30 Aug 2016
Dietrich Stout Human language may have evolved to help our ancestors make tools Science Magazine 30 Aug 2016
Kim Wallen I'll have what she's having New York Times 30 Aug 2016
Krish Sathian Imagine a flying pig: How words take shape in the brain NPR 30 Aug 2016
Susan Tamasi Is there an Atlanta accent? Atlanta Magazine 30 Aug 2016
Michael Leo Owens Is this graduating generation over-confident? 11 Alive 30 Aug 2016
Kim Wallen Is Y chromosome really the sex determining chromosome? Healthsite News 30 Aug 2016
Jennifer Mascaro It's pretty much true: More parenting equals less sex Wall Street Journal 30 Aug 2016
Jim Rilling It's pretty much true: More parenting equals less sex Wall Street Journal 30 Aug 2016
Samuel Sober Learning from mistakes Inside Higher Education 30 Aug 2016
Dietrich Stout Learning to make a stone age axe gives clues to how the brain evolved Scientific American 30 Aug 2016
Dietrich Stout Learn to make stone age tools to help study the origins of language Wired 30 Aug 2016
Brent Strawn Lecture series to feature Candler faculty, alumni Candler School of Theology News & Events 30 Aug 2016
Lena Ting Lena Ting inducted into medical and biological engineering elite Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Karen Rommelfanger Light can switch bad memories to good USA Today 30 Aug 2016
Lori Marino Lori Marino: Leader of a revolution in how we perceive animals National Geographic 30 Aug 2016
Krish Sathian Lucy: Debunking the 10% brain myth Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Kim Wallen Lust, monkeys, and the science of human desire Washington Post 30 Aug 2016
Dietrich Stout Making of stone tools may have led tot he emergence of human language CBS News 30 Aug 2016
Kim Wallen Mean girls: Women evolved to be catty? Yahoo 30 Aug 2016
Darby Proctor Monkeys recognize and shun selfish others CBS News 30 Aug 2016
Robert McCauley Moral agency, heightened adversity, and religious belief Psychology Today 30 Aug 2016
Karen Rommelfanger Neuroscientist-TV host is the brain behind the brain Houston Chronicle 30 Aug 2016
Mark Risjord New ILA issues call for interdisciplinary fellows Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Robert McCauley New thoughts on the natures of religion and science Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Robert McCauley Placing a premium on multidisciplinary collaboration at the CMBC You Tube 30 Aug 2016
Michael Leo Owens Police union upset with Reed over "hands up" photo Atlanta Journal Constitution 30 Aug 2016
Michael Leo Owens Reed: Chief's religious views didn't prompt firing Atlanta Journal Constitution 30 Aug 2016
Richard Patterson Retiring faculty from Emory College represent "extraordinary" scholars, teachers Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Elaine Walker Risk calculator for psychosis gives clinicians a valuable new tool Emory Report 30 Aug 2016
Krish Sathian Say it with feeling Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Karen Rommelfanger Scientists demonstrate animal mind-melds New York Times 30 Aug 2016
Drew Westen Scottish independence: A matter for the head or heart? BBC 30 Aug 2016
Krish Sathian Sensory Connections Spill Over in Synesthesia Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Samuel Sober Singing in the brain: Songbirds sing like humans Emory Report 30 Aug 2016
Joseph Skibell Skibell's electric "Guitar" riffs on music, memory Atlanta Journal Constitution 30 Aug 2016
Carol Worthman Sleep time in hunter-gatherer groups on low end of scale Science News 30 Aug 2016
Hillary Rodman Snakes on a visual plane The Scientist 30 Aug 2016
John Snarey Snarey receives career award from Association for Moral Education Candler School of Theology News & Events 30 Aug 2016
Samuel Sober Songbirds sing like humans: Study Yahoo News 30 Aug 2016
Samuel Sober Songbird study could lead to improved prosthetic limbs (for humans) WABE FM 30 Aug 2016
Michael Leo Owens Stigma, aisle 7: Public shaming of food stamps recipients Atlanta Journal Constitution 30 Aug 2016
Dietrich Stout Stone age men used complex brain activity to craft hand axes Asia News Service via Yahoo News 30 Aug 2016
Melissa Williams Striking a "power pose" will get you a raise faster than asking for one New York Magazine 30 Aug 2016
Jim Rilling Study: Smaller testicles, more involved dads? CNN 30 Aug 2016
Laura Namy Study finds infants can learn communication skills from videos Emory Report 30 Aug 2016
Dietrich Stout Tales of a stone age neuroscientist Scientific American 30 Aug 2016
Jim Rilling Testes size correlates with men involved in toddler care Emory eScience Commons 30 Aug 2016
Dietrich Stout The art and craft of Paleo toolmaking Scientific American 30 Aug 2016
Brent Strawn The best (and worst) of characters -- theology and Madam Secretary Huffington Post 30 Aug 2016
Drew Westen The fault lies not in Obamacare, but in Obama Washington Post 30 Aug 2016
Melissa Williams The price women leaders pay for assertiveness -- and how to minimize it Wall Street Journal 30 Aug 2016
Drew Westen The psychological appeal of Donald Trump CNN 30 Aug 2016
Holli A. Semetko The SAGE handbook of political communication Sage 30 Aug 2016
Lori Marino The story of one whale who tried to bridge the linguistic divide between animals and humans Smithsonian 30 Aug 2016
Krish Sathian Thoughts about thought Emory Magazine 30 Aug 2016
Laura Otis Thoughts about thought Emory Magazine 30 Aug 2016
Robert Schneider Uncovering Ramanujan's "lost" notebook: An oral history Cornell University Library 30 Aug 2016
Jim Rilling What happens when men become fathers? Parents 30 Aug 2016
Brent Strawn What the Declaration of Independence really means by "purusit of happiness" Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Chris Martin What white privilege really means Slate.com 30 Aug 2016
Lori Marino Who's got a pregnant brain? NPR 30 Aug 2016
Vernon K. Robbins Who do people say I am? Wm. B. Erdemans Publishing Co. 30 Aug 2016
Drew Westen Why are 2016 voters so angry and anxious? NPR 30 Aug 2016
Drew Westen Why does Australian PM Tony Abbott support fossil fuel subsidies? The Guardian 30 Aug 2016
Drew Westen Why fear is more prevalent -- and powerful -- among conservatives Washington Post 30 Aug 2016
Wendy Zinzow-Kramer Wild sparrow study traces social behaviors in the field to specific gene Emory eScience Commons 30 Aug 2016
Robert McCauley Will religion ever disappear? BBC News 30 Aug 2016
Kelly McCormick Wordplay Critical Mention 30 Aug 2016
Drew Westen Your brain on politics: What shapes your vote? CNN 30 Aug 2016
Robert McCauley Zombie ethics forum is dead serious fun Emory News Center 30 Aug 2016
Frans de Waal Best-selling author: Don't underestimate animal intelligence Atlanta Journal Constitution 29 Aug 2016
Greg Berns "Good dog" usually does the trick HealthDay 28 Aug 2016
Andra Gillespie Anticipating Trump's first foreign trip CNBC 23 May 2016
Angelika Bammer String quartet connects music to class lessons across disciplines Emory News 18 Nov 2014
Patricia Bauer The stories our parents tell us The Chronicle of Higher Education 23 Jun 2014
Patricia Bauer What's your earliest childhood memory Scientific American 16 Jun 2014
Larry Barsalou Exercising the mind to treat attention deficits New York Times 12 May 2014
Patricia Bauer The forgotten childhood: Why do childhood memories fade? Georgia Public Broadcasting 9 Apr 2014
Patricia Bauer The forgotten childhood: Why do childhood memories fade? NPR Shots 8 Apr 2014
Patricia Bauer The Power of the Earliest Memories Wall Street Journal 7 Apr 2014
Reem Al-Atassi Muslim students spread message of love following recent attacks Huffington Post 7 Feb 2014
Patricia Bauer When do childhood memories start to fade? Science Friday 7 Feb 2014
Patricia Bauer Childhood amnesia BBC World Service Radio The Science Hour 2 Feb 2014
Patricia Bauer Early childhood memories may fade long before childhood is over HealthDay via U.S. News & World Report 29 Jan 2014
Patricia Bauer Scientists pinpoint the age at which our earliest memories fade Huffington Post 29 Jan 2014
Patricia Bauer Psychologists document the age our earliest memories fade Emory News Center 23 Jan 2014
Matthew Bernstein "American Epics: Thomas Hart Benton and Hollywood" review Wall Street Journal 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld "Everyday sadists" among us New York Times 12 Oct 2013
Matthew Bernstein "Gone with the Wind" premiere sparked tension Washington Post 12 Oct 2013
Robert Liu "Love hormone" turns mothers into moms Science Magazine 12 Oct 2013
George Graham "Marriage" of philosophy and psychiatry Oxford Academic 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal "Planet of the Apes": That couldn't happen...right? Time Magazine 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld 5 signs your boss could be a psychopath, according to science Yahoo Finance 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns 7 scientifically proven ways to capture someone's attention Business Insider 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns 7 ways to capture someone's attention Harvard Business Review 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns 9 energy boosters Real Simple 12 Oct 2013
Marshall Duke 9 tips on how to be a good college parent Washington Post 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns 9 ways to add more adventure to your weekday Huffington Post 12 Oct 2013
Tressie McMillan Cottom A creative extremist New York Times 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns A dog's dilemma: Do canines prefer praise or food? Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Matthew Bernstein All the movies you can eat Atlanta Business Chronicle 12 Oct 2013
Rosemary Magee A look at the latest additions to Emory's Jack Kerouac collection Atlanta Magazine 12 Oct 2013
Solveig Cunningham Americans living longer as most death rates fall MSN 12 Oct 2013
Solveig Cunningham Americans living longer than ever CBS News 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns And the dog has his day Emory Magazine 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Animal behavior: Inside the cunning, caring, greedy minds of fish Nature 12 Oct 2013
Mel Konner An unevolved view of how gender evolution affects the brain Chronicle of Higher Education 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Apes can solve some brain puzzles faster than humans Slate.com 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal A reassuring trunk: Evidence of consolation in elephants Wired 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Are killer whales persons? Salon 12 Oct 2013
Lori Marino Are killer whales persons? Salon 12 Oct 2013
Mel Konner Are women naturally superior to men? Georgia Public Broadcasting: On Second Thought 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Asian elephants console each other when in distress Live Science 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal A tender touch of the trunk Daily Mail London 12 Oct 2013
Matthew Bernstein Atlanta filmmaker, scholar talk "Pioneers of African-American Cinema" WABE 12 Oct 2013
Matthew Bernstein Atlanta Jewish Film Festival begins tonight! WABE FM 12 Oct 2013
Matthew Bernstein Atlanta Jewish Film Festival to honor "Star Wars" writer WABE 12 Oct 2013
Matthew Bernstein Atlanta Jewish Film Festival to honor "Star Wars" writer WABE FM 12 Oct 2013
Matthew Bernstein Atlanta sci-fi film series features "Blade Runner," "1984" WABE FM 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal A trunk to cry on? Elephants console distressed pals, study says Los Angeles Times 12 Oct 2013
Stella Lourenco Babies' spatial reasoning predicts later math skills Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Stella Lourenco Babies have logical reasoning before age one, study finds Vice Magazine 12 Oct 2013
Harold Gouzoules Beatlemaniacs, Beliebers, Directioners -- Why do they scream? Washington Post 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Being nice: Does it get you what you want? The Age 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld Beyond the brain New York Times 12 Oct 2013
Dieter Jaeger BRAIN initiative grant to fund study of sensory-motor circuitry Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Brain scans show striking similarities between dogs and humans Wired 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld Brain structure may influence a child's ability to benefit from math tutoring Fox News 12 Oct 2013
Matthew Bernstein Bringing "Gone with the Wind" premiere to Atlanta was a complicated process WABE FM 12 Oct 2013
Matthew Bernstein Bringing "Gone with the Wind" premiere to Atlanta was a complicated process WABE FM 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld Can shame be useful? New York Times 12 Oct 2013
Mel Konner Capitalism and moral evolution: A civil provocation On Being 12 Oct 2013
CMBC Changing your mind Provost's Newsletter 12 Oct 2013
Solveig Cunningham Children with lower social skills at greater risk of obesity Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Chimpanzees choose cooperation over competition Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Chimpanzees spontaneously initiate and maintain cooperative behavior Science Daily 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Chimp fights and trolley rides RadioLab 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Chimps can learn foreign "dialects," experiment shows Yahoo News 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Chimps like listening to music with a different beat? Health News Digest 12 Oct 2013
James (Jay) Kim College honors theses showcase original research Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
CMBC Conference explores "Foundations of Emotions in Mind, Brain, and Culture" Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld Contradictory Ferguson eyewitnesses not unusual Discovery 12 Oct 2013
Kristina Gupta Crossing disciplines with the CMBC certificate program You Tube 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Culture and religion in primates Sacred Matters 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Cutsomers will be loyal if delight is built into your product or service Entrepreneur Magazine 12 Oct 2013
Harold Braswell Disability studies initiative to nurture scholarship, awareness Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Do animals have empathy? Inside the decades-long quest for an answer Vox 12 Oct 2013
James Burkett Do animals have empathy? Inside the decades-long quest for an answer Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Do animals have morals? NPR 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Do gorillas even belong in zoos? Harambe's death spurs debate New York Times 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Dogs' sense of smell signals love for owners, say scientists Telegraph United Kingdom 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Dogs experience love and affection too WPTV-TV West Palm Beach, FL 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Dogs express similar emotions in voice as we do The Scientist 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Dogs have a specialised part of the brain to recognise faces Daily Mail 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Dogs have special ability to react to human speech, study shows PBS NewsHour 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Dogs may feel "love" for their owners Business Standard 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Dogs process faces in specialized brain area, study reveals Emory Report 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Dogs recall their human's scent like we recall perfume UPI 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Dolphin brain scan reveals surprising similarity to bats NBC News.com 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Do we really know how smart animals are? CBC Radio 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Do you know what your dog is thinking? New research may help CBS46 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld Do YOU work with a psychopath? Daily Mail 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Elephants comfort each other in distress HealthDay via US News & World Report 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Elephants comfort each other in times of distress The Independent United Kingdom 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Elephants feel empathy and console each other International Business Times United Kingdom 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Elephants give a helping trunk New York Times 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Elephants reassure others in distress Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Elephants use their trunks to console distressed members of their herd CBS News 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Evolution of responses to (un)fairness Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Deepika Bahri Facebook and the new colonialism The Atlantic 12 Oct 2013
Robyn Fivush Famiily mailbox Wall Street Journal 12 Oct 2013
Matthew Bernstein Film and social justice: An ongoing conversation CNN Dialogues 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns First ever dolphin brain scan shows likeness to bat Yahoo News 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns First images of dolphin brain circuitry hint at how they sense sound Emory Report 12 Oct 2013
Mel Konner Four Emory faculty named to American Academy of Arts and Sciences Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Sander Gilman Four Emory faculty named to American Academy of Arts and Sciences Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Stella Lourenco Gamble on your opponent's gaze if you want to win Science Newsline 12 Oct 2013
Marshall Duke Goin-down to Bitsyland Huffington Post 12 Oct 2013
Marshall Duke Good Life speaker series features Marshall Duke on resilience, happiness Emory Report 12 Oct 2013
Stephan Hamann Having a Y chromosome doesn't affect female response to sexual images Emory eScience Commons 12 Oct 2013
Solveig Cunningham Heavy kindergarteners more likely to be obses by eighth grade NBC News 12 Oct 2013
Stella Lourenco Higher-math skills entwined with lower-order magnitude sense Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Matthew Bernstein Honors for Bernstein, Gagliardi, Ranchod-Nilsson, Snarey, and Young Emory Report 12 Oct 2013
Irina Lucaciu Honors theses highlight undergraduate research Emory Report 12 Oct 2013
Stella Lourenco How can fear make scary objecs appear closer than they really are Daily Mail 12 Oct 2013
Harold Gouzoules How do screams scare us? CNN.com 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld How do we fix the liberal slant in social psychology? Scientific American 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld How Republicans and Democrats can interpret events SO differently Huffington Post 12 Oct 2013
Marshall Duke How to help your kids get the most out of family visits Time Magazine 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Imaging the canine brain The Scientist 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Inky the octopus and the upsides of anthropomorphism The New Yorker 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld Is depression just bad? Scientific American 12 Oct 2013
Mel Konner Is it sexist to say that women are superior to men? NPR 12 Oct 2013
Matthew Bernstein Israel's preence powerful amid Jewish Film Fest's international slate Atlanta Journal Constitution 12 Oct 2013
Matthew Bernstein Israeli film director visiting Emory as artist in residence WABE FM 12 Oct 2013
Stephan Hamann Is Y chromosome really the sex determining chromosome? Healthsite News 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Is your dog good with faces? Christian Science Monitor 12 Oct 2013
Howard Chiou Joint PhD/MD student utilizes anthropology to study hospital culture Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Solveig Cunningham Kids' obseity risk starts before age five USA Today 12 Oct 2013
Solveig Cunningham Kindergarten weight strong indicator of childhood obesity Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Marshall Duke Last "Parent a College Student" lecture set Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Life lessons Emory Magazine 12 Oct 2013
Karen Hegtvedt Living and learning green Emory University 12 Oct 2013
Steve Cole Looking to genes for the secret to happiness New York Times 12 Oct 2013
Marshall Duke Make time for grandest stories ever told The Straits Times 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Making the case that animals are impressively smart Scientific American 12 Oct 2013
Mel Konner Matriarchy on the march Wall Street Journal Book Review 12 Oct 2013
Sander Gilman Mental illness- a history Rear Vision 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld Mindless The New Yorker 12 Oct 2013
Mel Konner Mini excerpt: Emory professor Mel Konner's "Women After All" Atlanta Magazine 12 Oct 2013
Shoshana Dayanim Moms everywhere, breathe a sign of relief: TV might actually be good for babies Women's Health 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Morality isn't just a human trait Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Multi-dog study points to canine brain's reward center Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld Not all psychopaths are criminals -- some psychopathic traits can lead to success Raw Story 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Our fellow animals are starting to seem more and more like us Washington Post 12 Oct 2013
Sander Gilman Peter Gay, historian who explored social history of ideas, dies at 91 New York Times 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld Pop neuroscience: Bursting the bubble Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Harold Gouzoules Psychology of screaming Inside Higher Education 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld Psychopath. Successful psychopath. Huffington Post 12 Oct 2013
Matthew Bernstein Restored gems, Polish classics, Pinter films in free Emory screenings AccessAtlanta 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Scent of a dog's owner lingers in the brain Red Orbit 12 Oct 2013
Harold Gouzoules Screams have special place in brain Voice of America 12 Oct 2013
Solveig Cunningham Shyness can increase weight issues in children Science World Report 12 Oct 2013
Zanna Clay Signs of empathy: Bonobos comfort friends in distress Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Lisa Dillman Spanish faculty member Lisa Dillman wins national translation award Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Hazel Gold String quartet connects music to class lessons across disciplines Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Shoshana Dayanim Study finds infants can learn communication skills from videos Emory Report 12 Oct 2013
Matthew Bernstein Sweeping forces, historical and new, power King Day march Philadelphia Inquirer 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld The "immature teen brain" defense and Dzokhar Tsarnaev trial Washington Post 12 Oct 2013
Mel Konner The end of gender roles US News & World Report 12 Oct 2013
Mel Konner The end of male supremacy Chronicle of Higher Education 12 Oct 2013
Mel Konner The end of male supremacy? Emory Report 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal The intriguing new science that could change your mind about rats Wired 12 Oct 2013
Patrick Blanchfield The masculine mistake New York Daily News 12 Oct 2013
Marshall Duke The Mormon church is building a family tree of the entire human race The New Republic 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld The narcissist in chief New York Times 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns The neuroscience of imagination Fast Company 12 Oct 2013
Deepika Bahri The next Rushdie? The Hindu 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns The perils and promise of joint custoday...of a dog Star Tribune 12 Oct 2013
Robyn Fivush The power of the earliest memories Wall Street Journal 12 Oct 2013
Harold Gouzoules The psychology of screams Emory News Center 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns The smartest dog in the world CBS News 60 Minutes 12 Oct 2013
Robyn Fivush The stories that bind us New York Times 12 Oct 2013
Solveig Cunningham The urgency in fighting childhood obesity New York Times 12 Oct 2013
Robyn Fivush The value of a flawed memory Wall Street Journal 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld Tim Duncan, Natalie Portman, and 76 other "unusual" authors of psychological research MinnPost 12 Oct 2013
Shoshana Dayanim Toddlers can learn communication skills by watching videos IBN Live via MSN.com 12 Oct 2013
Solveig Cunningham U.S. life expectancy hits record of 78.8 years -- for those born in 2012 Washington Post 12 Oct 2013
Marshall Duke Understanding hoarders Psychology Today 12 Oct 2013
Tressie McMillan Cottom Vassar professor's essays on racial profiling and racism attract attention Inside Higher Education 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Watch touching reunion of rescued elephant and her mother National Geographic 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns We asked a neuroscientist how Bitcoin's highs and lows affect the brain Vice magazine 12 Oct 2013
Mel Konner What's missing in studies of a "missing link" in human ancestry Washington Post 12 Oct 2013
Solveig Cunningham What causes "weight fate," and is it really inevitable? Ob.Gyn.News 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns What does a dog want more -- "good boy" or treats? Washington Post 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal What I learned from tickling apes New York Times 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal What is an elephant handshake? Christian Science Monitor 12 Oct 2013
Solveig Cunningham When doctors strike, fewer patients die Boston Globe 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Where Mad Men's Don Draper and a former Coca-Cola ad man found their creative spark Forbes Magazine 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld Who's the fairest? Emory Magazine 12 Oct 2013
Sandra Dunbar Whole milk for a healthy heart? Don't raise that glass just yet Atlanta Journal Constitution 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Why animals are smarter than we think GPB 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld Why debunked autism treatment fads persist Emory Report 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld Why do addicts seek out Thailand's "Vomit Temple" for rehab? Daily Beast 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld Why many "eyewitnesses" in the Darren Wilson investigation were wrong Washington Post 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Why people kill over satire Business Week 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Why reading fiction makes you a better person Mother Nature Network 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Why the greatest leadership tool you've ever overlooked is gathering dust on your bookshelf Forbes 12 Oct 2013
Stephan Hamann Why we melt at puppy pictures Wall Street Journal 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld Why you believe in ghosts, even though you know better Huffington Post 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Why you smell just like perfume to your dog Daily Mail United Kingdom 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld You'd have to be crazy Emory Magazine 12 Oct 2013
Frans de Waal Young apes develop empathy like human kids Live Science 12 Oct 2013
Marshall Duke Your ancestors owned slaves? Don't run from it; tell the kids CNN 12 Oct 2013
Robyn Fivush Your ancestors owned slaves? Don't run from it; tell the kids CNN 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Your dog really does love you BBC London Radio 12 Oct 2013
Greg Berns Your dog really does love you Daily Mail United Kingdom 12 Oct 2013
Scott Lilienfeld Zoo unlocks new life for girl with disabilities Chicago Tribune 12 Oct 2013
Eva Lewandowski Eva Lewandowski: QuanTM's LGS Fellow QuanTM Bulletin 28 Mar 2013
Eugene Agichtein Researchers accurately predict cognitive decline Emory News Center 28 Mar 2013
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