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Professor Elliot Berkman will be giving a Quack Chat on December 13th, 6:00PM at Downtown Athletic Club’s Ax Billy Grill. Quack Chats are community events were faculty share their work in an informal setting, with food and refreshments. The title of Dr. Berkman’s chat is, “Your Brain on Goals— What Brain Science Says About Sticking to New Year’s Resolutions”. He will be discussing how neuroscience research can illuminate our understanding of the goal setting and achievement processes, including tips on how to set yourself up for success.
Read more about the event or RSVP on the University’s events calendar. All are welcome to attend.
On Saturday, February 18th from 11:00AM-3:00PM, Eugenians are invited to bring their families to Living Lab Day at the Science Factory. This event is being co-sponsored by the Psychology Department’s own Team Duckling in order to teach children about developmental science and the magic in their own brains. Visitors will be able to participate in studies, engage with mind and brain activities, and learn more about scientific research.