Science Cafes

The FABBS Foundation periodically hosts educational events for the public. Our popular Science Cafés offer the public an opportunity to learn about our sciences in an interactive, social environment. The cafés feature lectures by leading researchers from around the country and are most-often held at interesting venues such as the Newseum in the Washington, DC area. DVD’s of many of these events are available to faculty for classroom use and to the general public at cost.

Dan Ariely Spotlight 1.jpgThe Science of Self Control and How We Can Use It To Our Advantage

February 6, 2013

Presenter: Dr. Dan Ariely

032411_cafe-highlight.jpgEnhancing Children's Learning:
Insights from Cognitive, Education, and Neuroscience Research

March 24, 2011

Presenters: Drs. Lauren Resnick and Bruce McCandliss
Moderated by Dr. Carl Wieman 

photo1-small.jpgRelieving Stress:
Research Helps Children and Adults Cope

September 25, 2009

Presenters: Drs. Ellen Galinsky and Shelley Taylor

photo5-small.jpgWill People Believe Anything?
The Psychology of Gullibility

October 10, 2008

Presenter: Dr. Thomas D. Gilovich

photo2.jpgThe Science of Countering Terrorism:
Psychological Perspectives

SEPTEMBER 25, 2008

Presenters: Drs. Fathali Moghaddam and Ian McGregor

highlight1.jpgElections:
How Voters Really Think and Feel 

October 24, 2007

Presenters: Drs. Eugene Borgida and Alexander Todorov

highlight1-032707.jpgUnraveling the Mysteries of the Brain & Mind in the Aftermath of Terri Schiavo and Related Cases 

March 26, 2007

Presenters: Drs. Nicholas Schiff and Daniel Wegner

photo1.jpgHow Do I Love Thee?
The Biology and Psychology of Attachment

February 8, 2007

Presenters: Drs. C. Sue Carter and Phillip Shaver

photo1-highlight.jpgPropaganda of Persuasion:
Psychology’s Use in Intelligence

August 2, 2006

Presenter: Dr. Robert Cialdini