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Northeastern Translational Vision Lab’s to collaborate with Boston Museum of Science

Dylan Rose, a graduate student in Psychology Professor Peter Bex’s lab, is studying eye movement biometrics, connecting eye movement behavior and visual attention to both ophthalmological and neurobiological problems. Bex’s Translational Vison Lab will be teaming up with the Museum of Science’s Living Laboratory, a research program at the museum that brings visitors and scientists together to learn about science while conducting research.

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Undergraduates attend APS Convention

Several undergraduate student members of Prof. Coley’s CORE lab and graduate student Jessica Leffers recently attended the Association for Psychological Science’s 29th Annual Conference. Check out this article about their experience featured on the College of Science website here.

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Prof. Derek Isaacowitz named editor-in-chief of psychological sciences journal

Congratulations to Prof. Derek Isaacowitz for being named the Gerontological Society of America’s (GSA) next psychological sciences editor-in-chief of the Journal of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. Prof. Isaacowitz says about his new role as editor: “This is such an exciting time for the psychological study of aging and gerontology, with new […]

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Profs. Lisa Feldman Barrett and Derek Isaacowitz receive NIH grant

Congratulations to Profs. Lisa Feldman Barrett and Derek Isaacowitz who recently received a grant from the National Institutes of Health for their project, “Affect regulation and beta amyloid: Maturational factors in aging and age-related pathology.” The goal of the project is to assess how affect regulation strategies are protective of cognitive and affective functioning in […]

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Prof. Chuck Hillman featured in the New York Times

Recently, Prof. Chuck Hillman was featured in the New York Times in an article titled, “Losing fat, gaining brain power, on the playground.” The article discusses Prof. Hillman’s research that found that physical activity in children on the playground improves their brain health and thinking. To read the full article, click here.

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