- Eye Opening
Do you think you can read other people’s emotions? Think again. In this lecture, distinguished professor of psychology Lisa Feldman Barrett debunks three of the most common myths people hold about emotions. She also explores the latest brain research about how emotions are made and how they work. Her talk will intrigue anyone who wants to better understand themselves and others.
About the Speaker
Lisa Feldman Barrett is a distinguished professor of psychology at Boston’s Northeastern University. She wrote How Emotions Are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain.