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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. 

White matter fiber bundles identified using diffusion tensor imaging tractography
Current Research

Learn more about the research taking place in our center.

(Image: White matter fiber bundles identified using diffusion tensor imaging tractography.)

Moore Hall
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Psychological and Brain Sciences Colloquium

Michael Gazzaniga, Inaugural Wolford Lecture. Friday, May 29, 2015. More details here.

Moore Hall
Moore Hall

The Center for Social Brain Sciences offices are located in Moore Hall.

Todd Heatherton in front of Moore Hall
Faculty Spotlight: Todd F. Heatherton

Professor Heatherton was recently featured in TIME Magazine, in a piece titled The Part of Your Brain That Made You Eat That Doughnut

Recent Bulletins

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  • SBS talk series - Fall 2016
    Posted: 07/12/2016
  • Brad Duchaine receives the John M. Manly Huntington Award for Newly Promoted Faculty
    Posted: 06/13/2016
  • Rapuano awarded NSF GROW Fellowship
    Posted: 06/13/2016
  • Carolyn Parkinson receives 2016 Hannah T. Croasdale Award
    Posted: 06/13/2016

Meet our faculty

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Adina Roskies
Professor of Philosophy
Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences
Evans Family Distinguished Professor
Thalia P. Wheatley
Associate Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences
David Kraemer
Assistant Professor of Education

recent news

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The Daily Mail features a new study by a Dartmouth post-doctoral fellow,  Stephen Chang,... Read more.

In a story about the quest to shed light on how people experience emotions, Medical Daily turns for comment to Dartmouth's... Read more.

Forbes features a new study by Dartmouth's Kristina Rapuano, Jeremy Huckins, ... Read more.

Organizers: Jon Freeman, Brad Duchaine, M. Ida Gobbini
Co-sponsored by the CCN and the Center for Social Brain Sciences... Read more.