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As part of Brain Awareness Week, March’s SpotOn NYC (#SoNYC) event will look at the challenges of conveying the knowns and unknowns of neural disorders to the public. Preparing for the conversation we will be hosting a collection of related guest blog posts; contributions will examine the way brain research is communicated to the public and how this research is interpreted by the press. You can join in the online conversation by following the #BeBraiNY and #SoNYC hashtags.
Melanie B. Tannenbaum is a doctoral candidate in social psychology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where she received an M.A. in social psychology in 2011. Melanie received her B.A. in Psychology with departmental and Latin honors from Duke University in 2009. She began blogging about the intersection of psychology and pop culture at IonPsych in January 2011 and created the blog PsySociety in May 2011, which was recently added to the Scientific American blog network. As a researcher, Melanie is primarily interested in the study of persuasion and motivation, specifically regarding political, environmental, and health-related behaviors. You can find more information about Melanie at her personal website./.../