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Psychology: Faculty in News@Northeastern

Suggested resources in psychology.

NU Authors

Out of Char­acter: The Sur­prising Truths About the Liar, Cheat, Sinner (and Saint) Lurking in All of Us

by Northeastern University Professor David DeSteno and Piercarlo Valdesolo

LOCATION: Available at Snell The Hub, 1st floor (BF818 .D43 2011)

Emotion and Consciousness

edited by Northeastern University Professor Lisa Feldman Barrett with Paula M. Niedenthal, and Piotr Winkielman

LOCATION: Available in Snell Stacks, 3rd floor (BF311 .E4855 2005)

Faculty in the News at Northeastern

Prof. Miller honored by ASA special session

Prof. DeSteno's article in Harvard Business Review (March 2014)

A Better Brainwave Monitor (December 5, 2012)  Dr. Srinivas Sridhar, psychology professor Dr. Yuri Petrov, and associate research scientist Ozgur Yavuzcetin

Professor Lisa Feldman Barrett recognized for changing the field of affective neuroscience (July 27, 2012) 

Harlan Lane Receives George Veditz Award


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