A master’s degree from BU can lead you down various new paths in life. With hundreds of thousands of alumni […]
In the 2016 QS World University Rankings by Subject, Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) placed the BU departments of Economics and Psychology among the world’s top 50 programs within their disciplines.
The Society of Experimental Psychologists honored Stephen Grossberg, professor of mathematics and psychology, with the 2015 Norman Anderson Lifetime Achievement Award for his pioneering theoretical research on how brains give rise to minds.
Eichenbaum, director of the BU Center for Memory and Brain, has joined some of the world’s most accomplished thinkers as a fellow in the prestigious society.
Deborah Kelemen’s innovative approach introduced five-to-eight year-olds to the concept of natural selection using a story book, and the children showed remarkable comprehension.
Professor of Psychology Michael Hasselmo discusses his ongoing research into neural “grid cells” and how they help rats and bats orient themselves in space.
Michael Hasselmo and colleagues show that different animal species use grid cells—which are believed to help compute self-position—in different ways.
A simple game yields insights that improve the lives of thousands afflicted with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.