Psychology researcher finds significant brain processing differences in people who are lonely people vs not lonely.
From Coltrane’s Circle of Tones to the shared skills required for both, discover how math and music intertwine in creative expression.
As artificial intelligence seems to be veering close to self-awareness and we reclassify some animals as “sentient,” USC Dornsife scholars discuss what it means to be conscious.
From history to music to podcasts that explore how we can live a more fulfilled life, USC Dornsife scholars/podcast hosts share what they think should be on your “must-listen” list in 2023.
Neuroscientists know that pregnant mothers’ brains change in ways that appear to help with caring for a baby. Now researchers have identified changes in new fathers’ brains, too.
Scientists using laboratory models find that eating FDA-approved levels of saccharin, Ace-K and stevia early in life may result in several changes to the body, including brain regions involved in memory.
The long-time USC Dornsife professor was a voracious seeker of knowledge and a beloved mentor to countless students and post-doctoral researchers.
Findings by scientists at USC Dornsife using cryogenic electron microscopy could lead to answers for neurological disorders from anxiety to schizophrenia and Parkinson’s disease to autism spectrum disorder.
This May, Brian Femminella and Lucy Schafer will receive their diplomas, become military officers, then continue their work on their music therapy app now headquarted at Tik Tok’s former office.