Neuroscience and (Your) Behavior

Neuroscience and (Your) Behavior

The study of neuroscience and behavior offers deep insight into understanding our own thinking and how we engage with others. This self-awareness can ultimately encourage us to consider our responsibility in meeting others in dignity and solidarity.

Featured Speakers:

  • Connie Snyder Mick, Director of academic affairs and Director, Poverty Studies Interdisciplinary Minor, A&L University of Notre Dame
  • Elizabeth Archie, Associate Professor of Behavioral Ecology and Disease Ecology, Science University of Notre Dame
  • Kimberly Green Reeves, Director, Community Health and Community Benefit, Beacon Health System
  • Nancy Michael, Associate Teaching Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies for Neuroscience and Behavior, Science University of Notre Dame
  • Martin Teicher, Director of the Developmental Biopsychiatry Research Program, Harvard/McLean Hospital
  • Kristin Valentino, Director, William J. Shaw Center for Children and Families & William J. Shaw Center for Children and Families Professor of Psychology, A&L University of Notre Dame

Series Description

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Video 4 minutes Meet the Faculty Host Nancy Michael
Video 3 minutes Meet the Guest Nancy Michael
Article 1 minute Meet the Guest Nancy Michael
Video 11 minutes What is neuroscience? Nancy Michael
Video 55 minutes View the Event Nancy Michael
Article Additional Resources Nancy Michael
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Video 13 minutes How does experience influence development and behavior? Nancy Michael
Video 3 minutes Meet the Guest Nancy Michael
Video 2 minutes Meet the Guest Nancy Michael
Video 59 minutes View the Event Nancy Michael
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Video 11 minutes Using neuroscience to build a healthy community Nancy Michael
Video 3 minutes Meet the Guest Nancy Michael
Article 1 minute Meet the Guest Nancy Michael
Video 60 minutes View the Event Nancy Michael