Content tagged "psychology"
The stories of Life After Hate members and the science behind both everyday and organized hate — touching on neuroscience, psychology and criminology.
Posted by Andrew Whitacre
Podcast: Susan Murray, “‘Natural Vision vs. Tele-Vision’: Defining and Managing Electronic Color in the Post-War Era”
The discourses that framed and managed color use and reception not only in the standardization period, but also during RCA and NBC’s early attempts to sell color to consumers, sponsors, and critics.
Event: Thursday, April 10, 2014 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Susan Murray, “‘Natural Vision vs. Tele-Vision’: Defining and Managing Electronic Color in the Post-War Era”
Susan Murray on the discourses that framed and managed color use and reception not only in the standardization period, but also during RCA and NBC’s early attempts to sell color to consumers, sponsors, and critics.
Posted by Hannah Cheng S.M., Science Writing, 2013
Topics: gait training, melodic intonation therapy, music, neurology, parkinsons, psychology, rhythmicauditory stimulation, Science Writing, sherrill house rehabilitation and retirement center, therapy
Human musicality and music’s direct effects on our health remain mysterious, but the complexities that have been unraveled thus far with gait training and melodic intonation hold a positive note of hope for the future.
Posted by Taylor Beck S.M., Science Writing, 2012
The history of sleep research in terms of its relationship to emotional processing, both from the physiological and the psychological perspective.
Decades after they all but disappeared, psychedelic drugs are making a comeback.
Posted by Matthew Hutson S.M., Science Writing, 2003
“A provocative and entertaining look at the psychology of superstition and religion, how they make us human—and how we can use them to our advantage.”
Studying laughing and crying side to side is a way to see our species anew.
How deep-brain stimulation, in which electrodes are implanted within the brain, was developed and how it works.
Posted by Neal Grigsby S.M., Comparative Media Studies, 2007
Topics: adolescence, anthropology, Bildungsroman, feminism, fiction, film, literature, narrative, picaresque novel, psychology, school story, sociology, Sofia Coppola, video games
The broad appeal of narratives with adolescent protagonists across a variety of media, including literature, film, and video games.