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Why Do People Enjoy Meaningless Splatters of Paint?

Psychology Today: Brain, Behavior, and Beauty

January 3, 2020

Beauty, Explained

Vox: Explained

November 21, 2019

GPS in the Brain

Psychology Today: Brain, Behavior, and Beauty

November 6, 2019

URS Invites Students to Learn About Neuroaesthetics

The Johns Hopkins Newsletter

October 31, 2019

A Neuroethics From Below?

The Neuroethics Blog

October 29, 2019

What is Philosophy of the Arts?

Closer to Truth

October 17, 2019

Does Impaired Movement Impair Thinking About Movement?

Psychology Today: Brain, Behavior, and Beauty

October 17, 2019

Are You Moved by Beauty?

Psychology Today: Brain, Behavior, and Beauty

September 27, 2019

This Is Your Brain on Euphoria


September 17, 2019

Current Progress in the Neurofields: Neuroaesthetics

Penn Center for Neuroscience & Society

September 7, 2019

Eye of the Beholder

The Pennsylvania Gazette

August 27, 2019

Metaphorically Minded

Psychology Today: Brain, Behavior, and Beauty

August 23, 2019

Five Insights Into How the Brain Works

Penn Today

August 9, 2019

Scarring Your Children With The Lion King

Psychology Today: Brain, Behavior, and Beauty

August 5, 2019

Cognitive Enhancement Is Okay, But Wait Until You Graduate

Psychology Today: Brain, Behavior, and Beauty

July 1, 2019

How are Beauty and Morality Related?

Brainspace Impact Forum

June 5, 2019

Beauty and Neuroaesthetics

Minding the Brain

February 1, 2019

Does Cannabis Enhance the Art Experience?

The GrowthOp

January 25, 2019

The Power of Penn in London

Penn Today

November 15, 2018

Why We Binge

Penn Medicine News

September 25, 2018

Beauty and the Beast

Telgraph India

August 6, 2018

Interview With Anjan Chatterjee

Christopher Maute Interviews

April 29, 2018

Why Scientists Are Battling Over Pleasure

The New York Times

April 10, 2018

How Your Brain Decides What Is Beautiful

Global Wellness Summit 2017

October 31, 2017

Trip to the Beach Sparks Memories in Dementia Patients

Bucks County Courier Times

October 8, 2017

Chess Study Revives Debate Over Cognition-enhancing Drugs

The Journal of the American Medical Association

September 5, 2017

Some Thoughts on Embodiment and Abstraction

Rovereto Workshop on Concepts, Actions, and Objects 2017

May 5, 2017

Karen Pence Picks a Cause, and Art Therapists Feel Angst

The New York Times

February 10, 2017

Is Beauty in the Eye of the Beholder?

WNPR: The Colin McEnroe Show

February 7, 2017

Straight Talk With Dr. Anjan Chatterjee

SciArt Magazine

February 1, 2017

How Your Brain Decides What Is Beautiful


December 2, 2016

Interview With Anjan Chatterjee

Asian Society for Architectural Psychology

December 1, 2016

Neurologists Study Beauty and Aesthetics

The Hofstra Chronicle

November 16, 2016

Why Do We Create Art?

Format Magazine

September 29, 2016

Smart Drugs

WHYY: Radio Times

November 16, 2015

College Students Should Be Allowed to Take Smart Drugs

Intelligence Squared Debates

November 2, 2015

The Neuroscience of Aesthetics

Interact 2015

October 21, 2015

The Aesthetic Brain [Book Review]

The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry

October 1, 2015

Why the Brain Likes Beauty

KERA: Think

September 23, 2015

Science Book a Day Interviews Anjan Chatterjee

Science Book a Day

September 21, 2015

Beauty: Is It Really Only Skin Deep?

Deutsche Welle

February 27, 2015

Can Science Tell Us What Beauty Is?


January 29, 2015

Beauty Is in the Brain of the Beholder

CNS Blog

January 21, 2015

The Most Dangerous Muse


January 15, 2015

Probing the Common Ground of Art and Science

Psychology Today: Sensoria

November 4, 2014

Art Science Inspires: The BRAIN Exhibition

Art & Science Collaborations, Inc.

October 11, 2014

America’s Brain Gain, Immigrants at the Frontier of Neuroscience

Vilcek Foundation Newsletter

September 1, 2014

Living With Alzheimer’s With the Help of Art

The Philadelphia Inquirer

August 5, 2014

Parkinson’s Could Enhance Creativity

Trinidad and Tobago Guardian

July 29, 2014

The Aesthetic Brain: How We Evolved to Desire Beauty and Enjoy Art

Penn Center for Neuroscience & Society

February 6, 2014

In the Brain of the Beholder

The Economist

December 25, 2013

Warburg Symposium: Neuroaesthetics

The Helix Center

October 12, 2013

Can Adderall Save the Boomers?

Philadelphia Magazine

June 28, 2013

Sinister Bias in Calling Soccer Fouls

Real Clear Science

March 23, 2013

The Art of Connection

TPT: Arts & the Mind

September 10, 2012

Metaphors and the Mind: The Neuroscience of Relational Thinking

Emory Center for Mind, Brain, and Culture

March 8, 2012

The Psychology of Cheating

The New York Times

April 16, 2011

Can You Measure Beauty?

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

December 5, 2010

Is It Just Us, Or Are Kids Getting Really Stupid?

Philadelphia Magazine

November 26, 2010

A Clue to Referee Bias?

Freakonomics Blog

July 29, 2010

Referees’ Calls Biased by Direction of Play

The Daily Telegraph

July 8, 2010

A Clinician Looks at Enhancement

Penn Center for Neuroscience & Society

February 1, 2010

The Ethics of Enhancement

Penn Center for Neuroscience & Society

January 5, 2010

What’s She Taking: Generation RX


September 30, 2009

Brain Gain

The New Yorker

April 27, 2009

Neuroethics: Are Better Brains Better?

Penn Center for Neuroscience & Society

April 13, 2009

Can a Pill Make You Smarter?

Marie Claire

December 15, 2008

The Science of Sarcasm (Not That You Care)

The New York Times

June 3, 2008

Brain Enhancement Is Wrong, Right?

The New York Times

March 9, 2008

“Cosmetic Neurology” and the Problem of Pain

Dana Foundation: Cerebrum

July 30, 2007

Drug May Be a Help to the Sleep Deprived

NPR: Morning Edition

August 23, 2005

The Possibility of Cosmetic Surgery for the Soul

The New York Times

October 5, 2004