Even as you read this sentence, a neurochemical process has begun that will determine how long you remember it—and this process happens differently in men than in women.
Richard Davidson talks with TTBOOK's Anne Strainchamps about the brain’s capacity for change, its connection to the body and how it regulates genes, and our innate human tendency toward basic goodness.
Does your pet like music? The answer is: Yes. But not your music.
On a warm summer night in June of 1980, Leslie Lemke gave a piano concert in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. That concert was my introduction to an extraordinary man and his surprising talent.
Richard Davidson, Wisconsin Academy Fellow and William James and Vilas Research Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at UW-Madison, discusses how the development of certain positive human qualities may foster not only greater personal happiness
Dr. Davidson gives us a new and useful way to look at ourselves, develop a sense of well-being, and live more meaningful lives.
University of Wisconsin–Madison psychology professor Richard Davidson’s recent book, The Emotional Life of Your Brain: How Its Unique Patterns Affect the Way You Think, Feel,
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