Shinn-Cunningham to Receive Bernice Grafstein AwardBarbara Shinn-Cunningham, director of the Neuroscience Institute and George A. and Helen Dunham Cowan Professor of Auditory Neuroscience is a 2020 co-recipient of the Bernice Grafstein Award for Outstanding Accomplishments in Mentoring from the Society for Neuroscience.
Verstynen, Yttri Awarded Grant for Work on Decision MakingUsing casino-style games, researchers try to understand how the brain changes its mind.
Busy Pictures Hinder Reading Ability in ChildrenA new study published by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University shows extraneous images draw attention from text, reducing comprehension in beginning readers.
Social/Personality and Health Psychology Tenure Track Assistant Professor Position
Pro Sports Return to the Sound of SilenceWednesday, July 29, 2020
Pro Sports Return to the Sound of SilenceCMU auditory neuroscientists Laurie Heller, Lori Holt and Barbara Shinn-Cunningham discuss how sound influences the gameday experience.
Children’s School Shares Resources For At-Home LearningThursday, April 16, 2020
Children’s School Shares Resources For At-Home LearningThe Carnegie Mellon University Children’s School is sharing its resources with the public as a way to help families who are home with preschoolers or kindergarteners, as well as educators who are teaching students from home.
Behrmann Honored for Contributions to ScienceMonday, March 02, 2020