Which faces people find trustworthy or competent, and how to challenge the bias of face-ism
All in the Mind
All in the Mind, presented by Natasha Mitchell, is Radio National's foray into all things mental – a program about the mind, brain, and behavior.
The creation of emotions
Science of emotion -- research showing that emotions are not hardwired at birth
Which faces people find trustworthy or competent and how to challenge 'face-ism'
Living with face blindness and not even being able to recognize your own face
Brain Decoding: What brain scans can reveal
NSF-funded Brad Duchaine discusses his research on face blindness, which can impair one's ability to recognize even themselves
NSF-funded neuroscientist Jack Gallant discusses his team's approach to decoding the brain and the results thus far
NSF-funded Tim Verstynen discusses CDHD, a psychiatric disorder with zombie-like symptoms that include endless wandering and anti-social behavior
We're kicking off Brain Awareness Week with the story of your brain, as told in this interview with NSF-funded neuroscientist David Eagleman
Gregory Hickok of UC Irvine discusses the brain cells known as mirror neurons and applications of the mirror neuron theory
NSF-funded Gregory Hickok of UC Irvine discusses mirror neurons and how the theory has been applied
Past NSF-Funded UIUC Scientist Ed Diener Discusses Science Behind Love & Happiness