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We are happy that you are visiting our new MBB website, especially as we celebrate our 20th anniversary! The Mind/Brain/Behavior Interfaculty Initiative (MBB) was introduced in 1993 to encourage an interdisciplinary community of faculty from across the University to engage in research and other academic activities aimed at elucidating the structure, function, evolution, development, aging, and pathology of the brain in the context of human behavior, genetics, and society. Since then, our initiative has expanded to include all members of the Harvard community who have a connection to the study of the mind, the brain, or behavior. Learn more

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Upcoming Events:

Please save the dates for the MBB Distinguished Lectures this coming fall, featuring Professor Ernst Fehr

Tuesday, September 30, 5pm: The Neurobiology of Human Altruism

Wednesday, October 1, 5pm: Neuroeconomics as a Unifying Approach Towards Understanding the Human Mind and Individual Behavior

Lectures take place in B-103 in the Northwest Building.  These lectures are free of charge and open to the public.

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MBB Track Program and Secondary Field


To recognize the special character of interdisciplinary study integrated with a home discipline, the undergraduate programs in MBB will award students in participating tracks Certificates in Mind Brain Behavior in addition to their A.B. degrees.

Students outside these concentrations, or students in these concentrations who do not wish to pursue these integrated honors tracks, may pursue a secondary field in Mind Brain Behavior. Upon completing course requirements for this program, the MBB secondary field will be noted on student transcripts.