IASL in the News
An interview with Lisa Feldman Barrett about her life and research: Why Emotions Are Situated Conceptualizations, Emotion Researcher, the official newsletter of the International Society for Research on Emotion (ISRE), November 24, 2014.
Discovering the Ecology of the Mind, Science 2034, November 6, 2014.
Lisa Feldman Barrett describes prediction in the brain in Nautilus issue 19, How Your Brain Decides Without You, November 6, 2014.
A profile of The Lisa Feldman Barrett lab, Science, September 30, 2014.
What's In A Grunt — Or A Sigh, Or A Sob? Depends On Where You Hear It, NPR's All Things Considered, May 30, 2014.
A Face Doesn't Speak for Itself, Aljazeera America, April 13, 2014.
Facial Expressions Aren't As Universal As Scientists Have Thought, Popular Science, April 11, 2014.
Nonverbal Accents: Cultural Nuances in Emotional Expression, APS Observer, Vol. 27, No. 4, April, 2014.
Faces of Anger, Happiness, and Sadness Across Culture, Voice of Russia US, March 11, 2014. (Includes an audio interview.)
Lisa Feldman Barrett wrote an Op-Ed for the New York Times called
What Faces Can't Tell Us, Sunday, March 2, 2014.
Follow-up articles were posted by:
- Northeastern University ("Your face says it all? Not so fast")
- FastCompany ("The Tenuous Science of Facial Recognition")
- RedOrbit ("Universally Understood Expressions Of Emotion Are Mainly Specific To Western Culture")
About-Face: Rethinking Emotions, an interview with Lisa Feldman Barrett on Radio Boston on WBUR, July 19, 2013.
About Face, a feature article on Lisa Feldman Barrett in Boston Magazine, July 2013.
The fruits of undergraduate research (in the IASL), news@Northeastern, June 11, 2013.
Victory Or Defeat? Emotions Aren't All In The Face, Morning Edition, National Public Radio, November 30, 2012.
The annual IASLab Haunted House for Charity was written up as a news item in Science, 26 October 2012, Vol. 338, no. 6106, p. 450.
What’s the difference between sad and angry?, iNSolution Research Blog, September 26, 2012.
Feeling Guilty Versus Feeling Angry – Who Can Tell the Difference?, APS press release, September 24, 2012.
Lisa Feldman Barrett Receives Highest Canadian Scholarly Award, APS Daily Observations, July 12, 2012.
Why I Covet The iPad, Psychology Today blog, June 5, 2012.
Give Affect Science, Get Positive Emotion, Daily Observations, APS Observer, May 3, 2012.
Redefining Emotion, news@Northeastern, April 24, 2012.
The emoticon on your face, The Boston Globe, February 12, 2012.
Feelings mean nothing without context. Psychology Today, January 1, 2012.
Grumpy old gorilla apes aging human males, Globe and Mail, December 14, 2011.
Was Darwin Wrong About Emotions?, APS press release, December 13, 2011.
A meeting of the minds, news@Northeastern, December 6, 2011.
How the brain works with feelings, news@Northeastern, November 22, 2011.
For the seventh year in a row, the IASL volunteered in a Halloween haunted house for charity run by Lisa Feldman Barrett's family. The event was featured on WCVB TV, Boston and raised $1600 for the Greater Boston Food Bank.
In Reading Facial Emotion, Context Is Everything, a press release from the Association for Psychological Science, October 3, 2011.
Integrative Psychological Science, APS Observer, July/August 2011.
Lisa Feldman Barrett was interviewed on WGBH Radio on the Callie Crossley Show on July 19, 2011: Gossip and the Brain.
Boston Magazine published an interview with Lisa Feldman Barrett on June 8, 2011.
Our study on negative gossip and vision, published in the journal Science, was reported in dozens of news outlets in May and June, including National Public Radio, WGBH TV, Time Magazine, Discover Magazine, The Boston Globe, The Washington Post USA Today CBC Radio, and more. See also the Northeastern University news story and video.
Day At The Museum: Living Laboratory Brings Psychological Science To The Public, APS Observer, Vol. 24, No. 3, March, 2011.
The key to your relationships lies deep in your brain, Globe And Mail, January 30, 2011.
Our study in Nature Neuroscience of amygdala size and social networks was reported in over 500 news outlets, including Time Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, the BBC, The Guardian, and the Associated Press. See also the Northeastern University news story.
Sweet Emotion, a profile of Lisa Feldman Barrett's research, Northeastern University College of Science, December 14, 2010.
Studying our emotional life, news@Northeastern, November 15, 2010.
Peering Inside the Social Brain, Science Careers, May 14, 2010.
Scientifically Scary, APS Observer, Vol. 22, No. 9, November, 2009.
What do you see? Emotion may help the visual system jump the gun to predict what the brain will see, ScienceNews, Vol. 176, No. 5, August 29, 2009, p. 22.
She's emotional. He's having a bad day. Newsweek, June 25, 2009.
Lisa Feldman Barrett named 2009 AAAS Fellow, Boston College press release, December 19, 2008.
The Role of Emotional Literacy in Public Health: Barrett Testifies at Congressional Hearing, APS Observer, Vol. 21, No. 10, November, 2008.
Go Ahead. Be Emotional, Motley Fool, December 10, 2007.
How Emotions Fuel Good Decisions (Hotter Heads Prevail), Harvard Business Review, December 2007.
That poker face may be hurting your hand, Globe and Mail, September 22, 2007.
16 area scientists awarded NIH grants for innovative study, Boston Globe, September 19, 2007
Second emotions: The invention of love and other feelings, Boston College Magazine, Winter 2007.
Fully Frank: Market for hot heads after all, Herald Sun News, September 18, 2007.
Hot-headed investors make better decisions: study, Reuters, September 13, 2007.
2007-2008 Cattell Fund Fellowships Announced, APS Observer, Volume 20, Number 6, June/July 2007.
Her quest is to understand emotion, Boston Globe, August 14, 2006.
How Random is That?, APS Observer, Volume 18, Number 9, September 2005.
So You Want To Be a Social Neuroscientist?, APS Observer, Volume 16, Number 4, April 2003.
Learning by doing: Four keys to fostering undergraduate research in your laboratory, APA Monitor, Volume 33, No. 11, December 2002.
Palm readings: Lisa Feldman Barrett is looking for happiness (and sadness), Boston College Magazine, Spring 2001.