Prof. Vivian Zayas Department of Psychology Cornell University https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/between-you-and-me/201703/hate-your-partner-some-days-research-shows-youre-not-alone
Prof. Melissa Ferguson Department of Psychology Cornell University “Mouse Tracking May Reveal Ability to Resist Temptation” http://news.cornell.edu/stories/2017/07/mouse-tracking-may-reveal-ability-resist-temptation
Advances in the History of Psychology 130th Anniversary of the American Journal of Psychology Psychological Laboratory, Cornell University, 1900 The first issue of the 130th volume of The American Journal of Psychology includes a couple ...
Prof. Thomas Gilovich Why Is My Life So Hard? Most of us feel we face more headwinds and obstacles than everyone else — which breeds resentment. We also undervalue the tailwinds that help us ...
Professor Morten Christiansen: Dept. of Psychology Cornell University Creating Language Does the sound of a word determine its meaning? Morten Christiansen shows that sound-meaning patterns exist across the world’s languages. https://research.cornell.edu/news-features/creating-language
Prof. Morten Christiansen Dept. of Psychology Cornell University A hallmark of human language is our ability to produce and understand an infinite number of different sentences, by constructing sentences from reusable parts. This ability ...
Social Cues are Key to Vocal Learning in Birds and Babies Elizabeth Regan, Michael Goldstein, Samantha Carouso, Nicole Baran, & Tabitha Kim “Social Hormones During Development Affect Vocal Learning in Birds” http://news.cornell.edu/stories/2017/07/social-cues-are-key-vocal-learning-birds-and-babies
Prof. Katherine Kinzler Dept of Psychology Cornell University Recognized by World Economic Forum http://as.cornell.edu/news/hayes-kinzler-recognized-world-economic-forum
Prof. Michael Goldstein Department of Psychology Carpenter Advising Award Honor http://news.cornell.edu/stories/2017/06/carpenter-advising-awards-honor-four-faculty
Prof. Timothy DeVoogd Department of Psychology Cornell University Do Birds Listen When You Play Music? https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/19/science/do-birds-listen-when-you-play-music.html
Sara Schroer ’17 Psychology I wanted to find a college that truly cared about undergraduate education with strong faculty-student relationships. I choose Cornell because of the school’s strong dedication to both research and undergraduate ...
In Prof. David Smith’s Lab, Undergrads share know-how with high school students. Rait is part of the Laboratory of Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, whose principal investigator is David Smith in the Department of ...
Prof. Timothy DeVoogd featured in the article: In Brain Evolution, Size Matters – Most of the Time. Which came first, overall bigger brains or larger brain regions that control specialized behaviors? Neuroscientists have debated ...
Prof. Thomas Gilovich featured in The New York Times article: To Help Tackle Inequality, Remember the Advantages You’ve Had