Dartmouth Affective Neuroscience Symposium
A day-long symposium bringing together leading researchers in the field of social and affective neuroscience for talks and discussion. Friday, June 17, 2016.
Learn more about the research taking place in our center.
(Image: White matter fiber bundles identified using diffusion tensor imaging tractography.)
Psychological and Brain Sciences Colloquium
Michael Gazzaniga, Inaugural Wolford Lecture. Friday, May 29, 2015. More details here.
The Center for Social Brain Sciences offices are located in Moore Hall.
Professor Heatherton was recently featured in TIME Magazine, in a piece titled The Part of Your Brain That Made You Eat That Doughnut.
The Dartmouth Center for Social Brain Sciences is a research and training center comprised of scholars from across Dartmouth College who are involved in the study of the social, cognitive, and neuroscientific basis of the social brain.
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