A central dark blue sphere connected to numerous green-blue wires that look like nerves. At the point of contact between the nerves and sphere, there is a small circle of neon green light. Photo by Moritz Kindler on Unsplash.


Understanding how our brains process information can teach us so much about ourselves and our interactions with the world. Researchers at Annenberg use neuroscience tools, like fMRI, to analyze how we communicate and to test out the best methods for encouraging healthy behaviors, like voting, exercising, and nutritious eating.

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