Researchers pinpoint epicenter of brain’s predictive ability

In recent years, sci­en­tists have dis­cov­ered that the human brain works on pre­dic­tions, con­trary to the pre­vi­ously accepted theory that it reacts to out­side sen­sa­tions. Now, in a paper pub­lished in Nature, Dis­tin­guished Uni­ver­sity Pro­fessor Lisa Feldman Bar­rett has reported finding the epi­center of those predictions.

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Emotion science for homeland security?

Ear­lier this month the Affec­tive Sci­ence Insti­tute hosted another great event called Reading the Face: Trans­lating Sci­ence to Secu­rity. Three emo­tion sci­en­tists, including Northeastern’s Lisa Feldman Bar­rett, dis­cussed their unique […]

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What’s the difference between sad and angry?

How are you feeling right now? Can you pin­point the spe­cific emo­tions? Maybe a little excited that it’s almost the weekend, but also sad because it’s raining out­side and you […]