Let's crowd-source peer review and get scientific publishing out of the horse and buggy days!
I continue to be wowed by NeuroMOOC students so much so that I have changed both my teaching goals and the actions that I take to achieve those goals. This is not a new sentiment as I have written previously about several NeuroMOOCers in the past: Sabeen Mahmud, Anish Garikipati, Francisca Martínez Traub, Diana Keat, and Felipe Sales Nogueira Anorim Canedo. Yet, I […]
Three years ago, an incoming University of Chicago student named Haozhe Shan emailed me asking for an opportunity to work in my laboratory. His letter was well written and demonstrated a focussed and specific interest in social neuroscience. I agreed to talk with him and immediately liked him. Even prior to taking a single college class, he had a knowledge of psychology […]