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Get a taste (or a feast) of curated intellectual content from Stanford+Connects events and the Stanford community at large. Browse our constantly updated top picks of Stanford-related articles, videos, photos and podcasts, all summarized and tagged to make it easy for you to hone in on whatever interests you most.

  • Are human basic attributes largely fixed or can they be developed? Professor Dweck demonstrates how what you believe can have profound implications for success in school, business, relationships and parenting.

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  • How much does culture affect emotion? Professor Jeanne Tsai explores how culture influences how people want to feel in their daily lives.

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  • How do we make decisions? Professor Newsome explores whether our decisions are driven by our subconscious desires or if they are shaped by our conscious goals.

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  • How do we make decisions? Professor Newsome explores whether our decisions are driven by our subconscious desires or if they are shaped by our conscious goals.

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  • How do we make decisions? Bill Newsome and Brie Linkenhoker explore whether our decisions are driven by our subconscious desires or if they are shaped by conscious goals.

    Professor Bill Newsome is a leading investigator in sensory and cognitive neuroscience and teaches graduate and medical courses in neuroscience, and co-teaches an undergraduate course on social and ethical issues in the neurosciences. The long-term goal of his lab’s research is to understand the neuronal processes that mediate visual perception and visually guided behavior.

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