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  • November 29, 2011 - Victoria Smith demonstrates how subjects use a stereoscope for a continuous flash suppression test tha...
    November 29, 2011 - Victoria Smith demonstrates how subjects use a stereoscope for a continuous flash suppression test that studies the visual pathways of the brain in the IASLab (Interdisciplinary Affective Science Laboratory) at Northeastern University. Run by Lisa Feldman Barrett, distinguished professor of psychology, the laboratory studies emotions: what they are, and how they function in the economy of the mind. This research combines experiential, behavioral, psychophysiological, and brain-imaging techniques. PHOTO: Mary Knox Merrill / Northeastern University
    Northeastern University

Research in the Psychology Department covers a wide spectrum of contemporary behavioral science within a close-knit community of faculty and students. There are four major areas of emphasis within the department, behavioral neuroscience, cognition, perception, and social/personality, with main cross-cutting themes in health, affective science, and lifespan development.

  • November 29, 2011 - Victoria Smith demonstrates how subjects use a stereoscope for a continuous flash suppression test tha...
    November 29, 2011 - Victoria Smith demonstrates how subjects use a stereoscope for a continuous flash suppression test that studies the visual pathways of the brain in the IASLab (Interdisciplinary Affective Science Laboratory) at Northeastern University. Run by Lisa Feldman Barrett, distinguished professor of psychology, the laboratory studies emotions: what they are, and how they function in the economy of the mind. This research combines experiential, behavioral, psychophysiological, and brain-imaging techniques. PHOTO: Mary Knox Merrill / Northeastern University
    Northeastern University