We are delighted to announce our third Methods in Neuroscience at Dartmouth (MIND) Computational Summer School, to be held August 7-August 17, 2019. The theme of this year's summer school is Cognitive Maps.
We are delighted to announce our second Methods in Neuroscience at Dartmouth (MIND) Computational Summer School, to be held July 30-August 7, 2018. The theme of this year's summer school is Narratives and Naturalistic Contexts.
On Tuesday, September 19, 2017, a one-day symposium held at The Hanover Inn brought together leading researchers for talks and discussion on the developing brain and behavior. This symposium highlighted cutting-edge neuroscientific research that is being brought to bear on long-standing questions regarding the development of the brain and behavior. Topics included neural development and plasticity, emotional development during adolescence, and brain mechanisms underlying illnesses such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, and schizophrenia, as well as vulnerability to substance abuse.
The Daily Mail features a new study by Dartmouth College associate professor of psychological and brain sciences, Thalia Wheatley and colleagues which has found that using eye-tracking technology to monitor pupil dilation, it is possible to determine when two minds 'connect'.
In this study, researchers used eye-tracking technology to track pupillary dilation between speakers and listeners when telling an autobiographical story.