Congratulations to Larisa for accepting a tenure-track position at Columbia, and to Jordan for winning a SANS poster award!
Congratulations to Josh for accepting a tenure-track position at Franklin & Marshall!
We are excited to have Alek join the lab as a post-doc in the spring!
Congratulations to James, Jordan, Laura and Josh, who all received graduate student travel awards from the Society for Personality and Social Psychology this year!
Congratulations to Brendan for being awarded a two-year Templeton Science of Prospection Award!
Jordan and Liane discuss their research on WBUR’s CommonHealth program, in a series called ‘Beyond Good and Evil: New Science Casts Light on Morality in the Brain’
Congratulations to Larisa for being awarded a two-year National Science Foundation (Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences) Post-Doctoral Fellowship!
Congratulations to Larisa Heiphetz for winning the APA Division 7 Dissertation Award in Developmental Psychology!
The lab welcomes Adelyn Ai-Lun Gao!
John Lutz visits the lab for science and dinner.
Congratulations to Lily Tsoi for receiving a Graduate Student Travel Award and to Liane, with Kurt Gray and Adam Waytz, for receiving the Theoretical Innovation Award from the Society of Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP)!
The lab goes to brunch at Stephanie’s on Newbury street.
Mike, Gabby, and Elizabeth present their theses at the Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference (PURC).
The lab celebrates recent achievements at Josh’s house. Many thanks to Josh and Lysa for the excellent dinner!
Jordan and Lily present their posters at SAN and CNS and go sightseeing in San Francisco with folks in Elizabeth Kensinger’s lab.
Congratulations to Laura for receiving a research grant from the National Endowment for the Arts!
Congratulations to James and Lily for receiving NSF Graduate Research Fellowships!
The lab goes to SPSP in New Orleans. James gives a talk, and Josh, Alek, and Laura present their posters. Larisa, our soon-to-be postdoc, joins us for dinner.
The lab goes trampolining and celebrates Alek’s and Josh’s birthdays with some tacky disco lights and birthday singing.
James and Jordan talk to undergraduates about research opportunities in the lab.
The lab bids farewell to our graduating seniors Abby Stemper and Danny Baush.
James and Josh present their work at APS and explored Chicago.
Danny and Abby present their work at the Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference (PURC).
Congratulations to Abby for receiving the Peter Gray Award for creative achievement in psychology! Each year, the award is given to a sophomore, junior, or senior Psychology major who has manifested unusual intellectual curiosity, independence, and creativity in his or her studies.
May birthday celebrations galore (yummy cakes and attempted jello brains)!
Congratulations to Jordan for receiving a Postgraduate Scholarship from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)!
Lily has agreed to stay in the lab as a graduate student starting 2013 (after finishing up her two-year position as lab manager)!
Both news were celebrated at The Abbey over good food:
Congratulations to Liane for being selected as a 2012 Sloan Research Fellow! For more info, click here.
The lab begins the new year by going to San Diego for SPSP.
The lab bids farewell to Martina, who will be returning to the University of Granada in Spain.
The lab went over to The Publick House to drink merrily and eat hamburgers and mac and cheeses (except for Josh who wanted to be individualistic).
Lily receives her green badge (first in the lab)!
Congratulations to Liane for being selected as a Dana Neuroscience Scholar by the Dana Foundation!
Our first hangout as a group! We had a friendly bowling competition against the Cordes and MacEvoy labs at Sacco’s Bowl Haven (Davis Sq). We have the scoresheet somewhere still (not that it’s something to be proud of). Note: this place has great pizza!
Congratulations to Liane for receiving the 2011 Early Career Award for Distinguished Scientific Contributions to Social Neuroscience from the Society for Social Neuroscience! For more info, click here.