Author Archives: Liz Belilovskaya

Lucy Brown: The Neuroscience of Romantic Love

Dr. Lucy Brown is currently a clinical professor in neurology at Einstein College of Medicine in New York City. She also served as the director of the Laboratory for Functional Neuroanatomy and Movement Disorders for over 20 years — though … READ MORE>>


Valisia LeKae received a life-changing phone call from her gynecologist on De- cember 2, 2013. Picking up the phone, she assumed he was ringing her to check on how she was recovering post surgery — after all, she had a … READ MORE>>

The New Age of Enlightenment: An Interview With Steven Pinker

Steven Pinker is a world-renowned author, experimental psychologist and cognitive scientist at Harvard University. Considered one of the most influential thinkers in the world, he has written a substantial amount of literature on language, human nature and the mind, and … READ MORE>>

Meet Tiffany Shlain: Web Advocate and Filmmaker Extraordinaire

Back in 1987, when most teenagers weren’t thinking about the Internet and the massive changes it would bring about just a few years later, Tiffany Shlain co-authored a proposal called “The United Nations Intelligence Communication Software.” It was about how … READ MORE>>

User Manual For Your Brain Operating System

Yes! Our brains are operating systems. If you want to understand how they work, author and educator Ilchi Lee suggests thinking of the physical organ as hardware with thoughts, beliefs, emotions and preconceptions constituting the software that evokes our daily … READ MORE>>

Lumosity and The Human Cognition Project

Do you find yourself to be a little scattered? Perhaps you’re had some trouble recalling where you placed your keys or parked the car? Maybe, while counting backwards from 100, you couldn’t remember if you’d already listed 54 or not? … READ MORE>>