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Terrence Deacon

Terrence William Deacon is an American neuroanthropologist. He is currently Professor of Anthropology and member of the Cognitive Science Faculty at the University of California, Berkeley. Deacon’s research combines human evolutionary biology and neuroscience, with the aim of investigating the evolution of human cognition. His work extends from laboratory-based cellular-molecular neurobiology to the study of…

Bahador Bahrami

Bahador Bahrami is a Senior Scientist and Director of Crowd Cognition Lab in Department of Psychology at Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, Germany and Professor of Social Neuroscience at Department of Psychology at Royal Holloway University of London. Before coming to Munich, he spent a year in Berlin as a visiting Humboldt Fellow at the…

Robin Jensen

Robin Jensen’s research and publication focuses on the relationship between early Christian art and literature and examines the ways that visual images and architectural spaces should be regarded as modes of theological expression. Her published essays and books contend that, in addition to interpreting sacred texts, visual images enhance liturgical settings, reflect the nature and…

Zorana Ivcevic Pringle

Dr. Ivcevic’s research interests center around the role of emotion and emotions and self-regulation in creativity across domains, as well as self-expression in different contexts of everyday life. She collaborated with colleagues from China, Denmark, Spain, China, and Croatia and published her research in journals such as Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Journal of Personality,…

Erin Schuman

Terrance Sejnowski

Peitro Perona

Joseph Bogen

Leslie Brothers

Eric Courchesne

Todd Siler

Allan Tobin