In the summer of 1996, I participated in a Summer Institute on the Biology of Human Nature at Dartmouth College, directed by Roger Masters and Robert Perlman. At the time, I was finishing my book manuscript Darwinian Natural Right: The...Show More Summary
(Dartmouth College) A Dartmouth-led study on how we learn finds that humans tend to rely on learning about the features of an object, rather than on the individual object itself. The research published in Nature Communications examines how the brain evaluates choices in relation to reward feedback.
When she was growing up in Everett, Wash., Tiffany Hunter fell in love. Furniture became the object of affection, and when she went on to graduate school at Dartmouth College mastering management administration, she’d also scavenge New Hampshire and Vermont antique shops. Now Hunter is a purveyor...
Inspired by the challenge to see how ideas are shared between nation's through their founding documents, researchers at Dartmouth College have constructed a big data, evolutionary taxonomy of the world's constitutions.
(Dartmouth College) Researchers have constructed a big data, evolutionary taxonomy of the world's constitutions resulting in a mathematically-derived genealogy of founding documents.
HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — Dartmouth College students say three psychology professors facing sexual misconduct allegations created a "hostile academic environment" marked by excessive drinking, favoritism and at times inappropriate behavi...
Three tenured professors from the psychological and brain sciences department at Dartmouth College—Todd Heatherton, Bill Kelley, and Paul Whalen—are targets of a criminal investigation, according to official statements from Dartmouth’s president and the New Hampshire attorney general on Oct. Show More Summary
A set of fundamental tactics ranging from the theoretical to the practical can be used to combat the challenges brought on by pests in rapidly changing forests, according to a research paper from Dartmouth College and the University of Santiago de Compostela.
(Dartmouth College) A survivor's guide to why forests around the world are being impacted by invasive pests and what can be done about it in an era of overwhelming human activity and climate change.
Weak wifi is one of the more infuriating annoyances of modern life. Whether you work from home or are just an avid Netflix watcher, an internet disruption can totally throw off your plans. A team from Dartmouth College has come up with a surprising (and surprisingly simple) way to boost wifi signals — put a tinfoil hat on your router. Yup. READ MORE »
(Dartmouth College) A new Dartmouth-led study finds that patients with depression and advanced cancer live longer when exposed to palliative care interventions designed to improve quality of life.
(Dartmouth College) An inexpensive device could finally solve the problem of improving wireless signal strength and security for indoor spaces with multiple rooms.
New technology that harnesses electronic signals in a smart fabric could lead to advanced hazardous-material gear that protects against toxic chemicals, according to research from Dartmouth College.
(Dartmouth College) New technology from Dartmouth College harnesses electronic signals in a smart fabric to detect, capture, concentrate and filter toxic chemicals.
An exciting career opportunity is available at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH for a Director of Financial and Administrative Operations at the Hopkins Center for the Arts.
"... while a criminal investigation of alleged sexual misconduct is carried out, the authorities said Tuesday.... Several students hanging out at the Collis student center on Tuesday said they were surprised by the allegations because all three professors were established and respected intellectuals in their fields. Show More Summary
Oct 31 (Reuters) - Three Dartmouth College psychology professors are under criminal investigation over accusations of sexual misconduct, the New Hampshire attorney general's office said on Tuesday. Read mores | Linking Blogs | Comments
Three Ivy League professors are on paid leave after allegations of sexual misconduct surfaced. The New York Times reported Tuesday that the trio of professors teaches at Dartmouth College’s department of psychological and brain sciences. Show More Summary
Three professors who work in Dartmouth College's psychological and brain sciences department have been put on paid leave; their access to campus is restricted.
Three professors from the department of psychological and brain sciences have been put on paid leave as a criminal investigation is carried out.