A few years back, Dr. Stibe (http://cp.media.mit.edu/agnis-stibe/) invited me to present my research on emotions to the MIT Media Lab, while we also kicked off our study on persuasive backfiring (http://dspace.mit.edu/handle/1721.1/108479). But what I didn’t expect, was to be sooooo seduced by the Lab itself. MIT is the ultimate playground for geeks. The Media Lab is the only school I know, where you join a culture overflowing with books, technology, and junk food, all within an environment where classes are optional, the number of brilliant people is shocking, and the only thing that matters, is that you build something groundbreaking.
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We are excited to announce our latest round of winners of the AlterSpark’s scholarship program that provides complementary digital psychology training access to graduate students and members of social purpose organizations who [...]
AlterSpark (www.alterspark.com) is seeking a Toronto-based academic partner to collaborate with an industry-academic project, that combines psychology, neuroscience and data science. Over the last few years, AlterSpark has carried out [...]
We are excited to announce our latest round of winners of the AlterSpark’s scholarship program that provides complementary digital psychology training access to graduate students and members of social purpose organizations who use technology to [...]
We are excited to announce that our Senior Scientist and Director at AlterSpark, Brian Cugelman, PhD, has been selected to speak at the upcoming TEDx Toronto event on October 22, 2015. The theme of the [...]