Investigator Spotlight: Dr. Greg Berns

Gregory Berns, MD, PhD, ACTSI investigator and Director of the Center for Neuropolicy, Emory University School of Medicine

Ottawa Citizen | Pop goes the teenage brain
July 17, 2011

WBEZ-FM | Sound Opinions: Show 296: Hits and the teenage brain
July 29, 2011

KPIC-CBS | Healthy Decisions - An interview with Gregory Berns, M.D., Ph.D.
March 21, 2011

The Sun Chronicle | The science behind food decisions
March 23, 2011

Huffington Post | Why war is never really rational
March 29, 2011

Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Researching what makes ideas popular
August 6, 2011

Huffington Post | Why comfort is actually bad for you
September 14, 2011

CBS Sunday Morning | The science behind pleasure-seeking
September 25, 2011

Jamaica Observer | Does price make the wine taste better?
October 6, 2011

SmartMoney | Why investors don't sell losing stocks
October 17, 2011

Minnesota Public Radio | Can the teen brain identify chart-topping pop music hits?
October 24, 2011

Huffington Post | As '60s rockers turn 70, they inspire our inner 14-year-olds
October 25, 2011

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