ACTSI Investigator Dr. Gregory Berns in the News

Gregory Berns, PhD, MD, ACTSI investigator, professor of neuroeconomics at Emory University, and director of Emory University's Center for Neuropolicy,

New York Times | You'll go far, my pet
April 11, 2014

National Geographic | Dog brains link pleasure with owner's scent
March 24, 2014

Telegraph | Dogs' sense of smell signals love for owners, say scientists
Daily Mail | Why you smell just like perfume to your dog
UPI | Dogs recall their human's scent like we recall perfume
March 19, 2014

RedOrbit | Scent of a dog's owner lingers in the brain
Business Standard | Scent of owner lingers in pet dog's brain
March 18, 2014

eScience Commons | Scent of the familiar: You may linger like perfume in your dog's brain
March 13, 2014

Daily Mail | Dogs do love their owners: Scans reveal that canine brains respond 'positively' to the scent of their owners
Pacific Standard | Who loves his master? Brain scans provide clues to a dog's inner life
WJXT-TV | Dogs love their owners
March 11, 2014

Radio New Zealand | Emory News Center | Feature author - How dogs love us: Gregory Berns
March 4, 2014

Wired | Brain scans show striking similarities between dogs and humans
The Scientist | Imaging the canine brain
Yahoo! India | Dogs express similar emotions in voice as we do
PBS | Dogs have special ability to react to human speech, study shows
February 20, 2014

Fast Company | The neuroscience of imagination
February 18, 2014

Simply Buckhead | The significant seven
January 2014

NBC | Yes, your dog actually does love you
WSB-TV | Study suggests our dogs love us back
January 28, 2014

Daily Mail | Your dog really does love you
BBC London Radio | Your dog really does love you
Business Standard | Dogs may feel 'love' for their owners: scientists
WPTV-TV | Dogs experience love and affection too
WDBO-FM | Emory News Center
January 27, 2014

Real Simple | FoxNews.com | 9 energy boosters to help you feel more awake
January 15, 2014

Salon.com | Can neuroscience help settle the gun control debate?
January 9, 2014

US News & World Report | This is your brain on books
January 7, 2014

WSB-TV |New research provides insight on behavior of dogs
December 30, 2013

Los Angeles Times | Reading a novel exercises 'muscles' in the brain, researchers find
Fast Company | Why you should read more novels
Forbes | For a better brain, a plan to feed it stories
FoxNews.com | Resolve to read with your kids in 2014
WIred | Reading a novel alters your brain connectivity - So What?
Mother Nature Network | Your brain has a biological response to a good book
ScienceDaily | A novel look at how stories may change the brain
Chicago Tribune | Emory News Center
December 28, 2013-January 5, 2014

Australian Broadcast Corporation | Inside the canine brain: How dogs love us
December 19, 2013

eScience Commons | A novel look at how stories may change the brain
December 17, 2013

eScience Commons | Multi-dog study points to canine brain's reward center
December 4, 2013

KPCC-FM | Emory professor scans dogs' brains
December 4, 2013

WBUR-FM  | WYPR-FM | Emory professor on what dogs are thinking
November 30, 2013

New York Times | Opnion: Don't mess with my sacred values
November 16, 2013

MSNBC | Into the mind of man's best friend
November 4, 2013

Washington Post | After scanning the brains of dogs, a scientist argues that they have emotions
October 28, 2013

CBS News | This Morning
CBC | Are dogs more human than we realize?
October 21 and 22, 2013

WGCL-TV | Booksigning for Emory professor
October 17, 2013

BBC | Do animals have feelings?
October 15, 2013

American Bar Association Journal | The legal implications of animal emotions
October 9, 2013

WMAQ-TV | Emory professor on impact of scanning dog brains
October 9, 2013

eScience Commons | Neuroscientist explores how dogs love us
October 7, 2013

India Today | Embrace charity in small doses
July 12, 2013

Independent | Are banks simply hardwired to behave amorally?
June 25, 2013

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