See also videos and podcasts. 2019-04-18 It's time to correct neuroscience myths News@Northeastern 2019-04-11 Lisa Feldman Barrett Selected as Guggenheim Fellow Association for Psychological Science 2019-04-10 Band offers vacation from other roles Island Institute 2019-04-05 Do you have emotional intelligence? A Better Man 2019-03-29 How to Define an Idea. All I know is What I have Concepts for Medium 2019-03-28 10 brain books you should read in 2019 Your Brain Health 2019-03-20 Mind your emotions: why emotional agility is the key to personal growth JotForm Blog 2019-03-13 How Inuit Parents Teach Kids To Control Their Anger NPR 2019-03-08 Lisa Barrett Honored with the 2019 Thibault Award Northeastern University 2019-03-06 Don’t look now: why you should be worried about machines reading your emotions The Guardian 2019-02-27 This robot wants to help you control your emotions Quartz 2019-02-22 What An Insect Can Teach Us About Adapting To Stress NPR 2019-02-21 You Want to Manage Your Anger Better. Your Brain Wants You to Stay Alive. Here’s How You Can Do Both. News@Northeastern 2019-02-13 The Day I Discovered Heartbreak Adrenaline The Cut 2019-02-12 A neuroscientist says a simple question can defuse anxiety when your morning alarm goes off Business Insider 2019-02-08 In Defense of Schadenfreude Longreads 2019-02-06 Embracing the Unknown Ideas Roadshow 2019-02-05 If You’re Sick of "Mindfulness," Might I Recommend "Interoception"? The Cut 2019-02-04 Ask one question to help dispel your morning dread TED Ideas 2019-02-01 To Manage Your Anger, Give It a Name Psychology Today blogs 2019-02-01 Get Your Butterflies Flying in Formation Beyond Strength 2019-01-31 What you need to know about emotions now Neurofied 2019-01-28 Got Anger? Try Naming It To Tame It NPR 2019-01-22 Think you can "Read" the Facial Expression on the Teenager in the MAGA Hat? News@Northeastern 2019-01-22 Scientific Studies Leaving You Dazed and Confused? These Psychology Professors Want to Change That News@Northeastern Next page See other press coverage at affective-science.org.