Praneeth Namburi (MIT Tye Lab)
Kay Tye (MIT)
Jennifer Silvers (Visiting Postdoc, Columbia Psychology)
B.J. Casey (Weill Cornell Medical College)
A Northeastern University Affective Science Institute presentation:
This symposium will focus on applying current research in emotion perception, specifically as detectable (or not) from facial expressions, to concerns in global security (e.g., efforts to detect terrorists).
A Northeastern University Affective Science Institute symposium, featuring talks by four young investigators.
(Update - a planned poster session has been canceled.)
Eliza Bliss-Moreau, California National Primate Research Center, University of California, Davis
Comparative Affective Science: What can we learn from nonhuman primates?
A roundtable discussion with Robert Frank, Daniel Gilbert, and Michael Norton hosted by NPR’s Robin Young
Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, University of Toronto.
Jordan Smoller (Harvard Medical School)
Affective Science Institute Monthly Speaker Series, Northeastern University
Hideki Ohira - Nagoya University, Japan