PBS Assistant Professor Robert Reinhart discusses Electrical Stimulation to Improve Memory in Old Age

PBS Assistant Professor Robert Reinhart discusses Electrical Stimulation to Improve Memory in Old Age. From the article: Reinhart, an assistant professor of psychological and brain sciences and the director of the Cognitive & Clinical Neuroscience Laboratory, studies human cognition with the goal of developing drug-free therapeutics for people suffering from brain disorders. He was recently […]

PBS Associate Professor Peter Blake discusses the factors that influence risk-taking by children

PBS Associate Professor Peter Blake discusses the factors that influence risk-taking by children. From the article: Some kids are risk-takers. Others tend to play it safe. Are these differences simply based on personality, or do children’s environments help shape their willingness to take a gamble? A new study from researchers in Boston University’s Social Development […]

PBS Professor Donna Pincus will Deliver the 2022 Gitner Family Lecture

PBS Professor Donna Pincus will deliver the 2022 Gitner Family Lecture Building Bravery at BU and Beyond: Evidence-Based Strategies for Overcoming Anxiety Presented by Donna Pincus, CAS Feld Family Professor of Teaching Excellence and Director of Child and Adolescent Fear and Anxiety Treatment Program at the Boston University Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences November 30, […]

PBS Prof. Alice Cronin-Golomb receives Bernice Grafstein award for Outstanding Accomplishments in Mentoring, from the Society for Neuroscience

PBS Prof. Alice Cronin-Golomb receives Bernice Grafstein award for Outstanding Accomplishments in Mentoring, from the Society for Neuroscience. The Bernice Grafstein Award for Outstanding Accomplishments in Mentoring recognizes individuals dedicated to developing the careers of female neuroscientists. Named after the first female president of SfN, the award recognizes leaders who have aided the early careers […]