Kate Kellogg advocates for “experimentalist governance,” to find what works best for employees at all levels, then implement it widely.
Yes, in some ways. A new study shows Twitter users post even more misinformation after other users correct them.
Different social and racial groups have varying views of the problem’s urgency.
Theory-based residual neural network combines discrete choice models and deep neural networks, long viewed as conflicting methods.
Graybiel lab identifies genes linked to abnormal repetitive behaviors often seen in models of addiction and schizophrenia.
Twitter experiment shows clear self-selection into social media “echo chambers” due to political preferences.
Frontal brain region overrides reflexive inclination of a deeper, older region when rules require.
Recent virtual lecture explores how paleoclimatology provides important context for examining the activities of past human societies.
A direct comparison of sensory and higher-order thalamic circuits reveals fundamental differences in how they control the cerebral cortex.
Norepinephrine-producing neurons in the locus coeruleus produce attention focus, impulse control via two distinct connections to prefrontal cortex.
Research on mice suggests aging affects a brain circuit critical for learning to make some types of decisions.