George Alvarez uses behavioral, computational, and neuroscience methods to understand how the visual system uses efficient encoding strategies to optimize the allocation of its limited resources.... Read more about George Alvarez
Richard Clarke Cabot Professor of Social Ethics, Harvard College Professor
My laboratory is a place where individuals gather with the common purpose of understanding social cognition and emotion as it resides outside conscious awareness and control.... Read more about Mahzarin Banaji
I am interested in dynamic vision and motion perception. My previous research has focused on the effects that a brain lesion to the associative visual areas has upon the ability to discriminate and integrate visual events.... Read more about Lorella Battelli
Much of my work is aimed at evaluating the roles of distinct monoamine transporters and receptor subtypes in the psychomotor and abuse-related effects of cocaine and amphetamine.... Read more about S. Barak Caine
Director, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Clinical Service Director, Laboratory for Neuropsychiatry & Neuromodulation Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Our lab uses multimodal combinations of brain stimulation, neuroimaging, behavioral and clinical methods to investigate human neural circuits and their dynamic plastic properties with a translational neuropsychiatric focus.