In Remembrance of Albert Bandura

A cherished member of the Stanford community, he was famous to the broader world for his Bobo doll experiment, in which children mimicked adults in attacking an inflatable doll. The work challenged basic tenets of psychology. 
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Your Messaging to Older Audiences Is Outdated

Given a rapidly aging population, effective messaging to older people holds national importance for public health as well as marketing of goods and services. To better reach older populations, Stanford aging researchers recommend three strategies.

Russ Poldrack named Fellow of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping

At the Virtual Annual Meeting of the Organization For Human Brain Mapping in June, Professor Russ Poldrack was one of three new Fellows of the Organization. This honor recognizes his longstanding leadership in the brain imaging community.

New book by PhD student Anjie Cao

Last month, Anjie published her second book. Written in Chinese, it's a book introducing people to cognitive science, written based on what Anjie learned about the field during her undergrad years at Carnegie Mellon University.

How Artificial Neural Networks Help Us Understand Neural Networks in the Human Brain

Experts from psychology, neuroscience, and AI settle a seemingly intractable historical debate in neuroscience — opening a world of possibilities for using AI to study the brain.

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