Professor Daeyeol Lee’s book, The Birth of Intelligence, is featured in the latest issue of the Johns Hopkins Magazine.
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Jennifer Lawlor has been awarded a prize from the Philippe Foundation. Founded with the intent to encourage, assist, and support scientific and medical activities and research, the Philippe Foundations provides […]
Christopher Krupenye has been awarded the New Investigator Award from the European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association.
Congratulations to Yun-Fei Liu on his recent publication in eLife for his work studying the brain activity of computer programmers.
Congratulations to Chris Honey and Josh Vogelstein on receiving a 2020 Discovery Award for their project entitled Boosting Progressive Learning in Humans and Machines. Read more about the JHU Discovery […]
We are pleased to announce the speakers for the inaugural year of the Early Career Colloquium. A complete list of our speakers can be found on our Colloquium Series page. […]
Congratulations to Angie Salles, Clarice Diebold, and Cindy Moss for their recent publication in Proceedings of the National Academy of the Sciences. Their research has also been picked up by […]
Neuroeconomist Daeyeol Lee discusses his new book and the development of artificial intelligence, asking ‘Will AI ever surpass human intelligence?’
We assume we choose things that we like, but new research from the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences and faculty member Lisa Feigenson suggests that’s sometimes backward.
We are currently seeking nominations (self-nomination is allowed and encouraged!) for the inaugural 2020–2021 Early Career Colloquium (ECC) series hosted by JHU’s Psychological & Brain Sciences department. The colloquium focuses […]