2: Power posing, arguing with teenagers, and creative walking

This week we learn about how walking enhances creativity, power posing, and why arguing with your teenager may be a good idea.


Thomas Donoghue

Tom is a PhD student in the Cognitive Science department of UCSD, where he uses computational methods and neural recordings to investigate how the brain communicates with itself. He did a Cognitive Science Bachelor's degree at McGill University and has research experience in neuroimaging and language studies. Outside of being a science nerd, he enjoys travel and music.

Andrew Blevins

Andrew is a freelance writer and editor living in New York City. He graduated in 2012 with a dual degree in English and Cognitive Science from the University of Georgia.