Academics should get out from their ‘Ivory Tower’, and invest more into bringing research to the public. Certainly, this critique is a sting felt by those working in cognitive neuroscience: the majority of our field relies on data acquired with repetitive, highly controlled experimental setups. These allow researchers to test fundamental models of how human […]
Communicating science to children can be quite challenging. To teach kids about our time perception research, our lab developed a lecture for kids from group 8 of primary school. Prior to their visit to the lecture, we dropped by their school to let them participate in a timing experiment.