This is the fourth post in a series introducing some of the members of the Signal Patterns Scientific Advisory Board
Research has shown that people benefit greatly from showing gratitude.
This is the third post in a series introducing some of the members of the SP Scientific Advisory Board...
This is the second post in a series introducing some of the members of the Signal Patterns Scientific Advisory Board...
First in a series of articles on the new Parenting Style App
Posted on 16 September 2008
New York Times science columnist John Tierney just posted a piece about psychological differences in men and women, and new research that speaks to whether those differences are innate, or born of societal constructs. Tierney speaks of two camps: the evolutionary psychologists, who believe that gender-based trait differences come from what our ancestors needed to [...] Continue Reading
Posted on 20 August 2008
For those familiar with the Signal Patterns team, you’ll know we have a very diverse team of scientists, researchers and developers here. Most are recognized leaders in their respective disciplines but some are well known outside of science and academia and are famous with the general public. I got the chance to see one of them [...] Continue Reading
Posted on 04 August 2008
What’s your favorite style of music? Classical or Jazz? Rap or Dance? Salsa or Tango? The music research we’ve been doing here at Signal Patterns indicates that people’s preferences for music genres tend to group together. In other words, people who really like a particular style of music, say classical, tend to also like certain [...] Continue Reading
Posted on 24 June 2008
Eugene is a really nice town, no doubt. Peaceful and quiet and known for the University of Oregon... Continue Reading