Andrew Lamas of the School of Social Policy and Practice and the School of Arts and Sciences joins a discussion about alternative currencies.
Most visitors to the Caribbean hope that their stay won’t coincide with a major tropical storm.
Hyejung Lee hoped for exactly the opposite.
Penn researchers are cited about finding ‘neural fingerprints’ of memory associations.
Michael Kahana of the School of Arts and Sciences comments on leading a new neuroscience study.
PHILADELPHIA -- Researchers have long been interested in discovering the ways that human brains represent thoughts through a complex interplay of electrical signals. Recent improvements in brain recording and statistical methods have given researchers unprecedented insight into the physical processes underlying thoughts. For example, researchers have begun to show that it is possible to use brain recordings to reconstruct aspects of an image or movie clip someone is viewing, a sound someone is hearing or even the text someone is reading.
Robert Seyfarth and Dorothy Cheney of the School of Arts and Sciences are cited for their research on animal communication patterns.