In the modern world, smartphones, tablets, and other devices have comfortably embedded themselves into our daily routines and interactions. In an article… Read more »
Dr. Richard Lopez earned a BA in Psychology in 2009 from Princeton University, and then worked as a research assistant in Dr. Kevin Ochsner’s lab at Columbia University. In 2017, he obtained his PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience from Dartmouth, where he studied brain-behavior relationships as they relate to self-regulation of eating. Broadly, Dr. Lopez is interested in linking appetitive and affective processes to health outcomes and health risk behaviors—in both healthy and clinical populations.
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- Media multitasking may be linked to altered perception of other people - 11th October 2018