Neuroscience in the Media
Articles and Presentations by Dr. Kelly Lambert
Interview on CBS News
How busy hands can alter our brain chemistry, interview with Dr. Kelly Lambert; March 18th, 2018
What is biological psychology or behavioral neuroscience?
How do parenting and the environment affect brain development?
Teaching biological psychology
Brain scene investigations, illustrations, and other features of Biological Psychology
The importance of learning about the brain
Women in STEM Speaker Series, 2016: "The Neurobiology of Real Life: Lessons from Rats, Brains and Never-ending Uncertainties."
IBNS Symposium Lecture, 2014: "The Effects of Natural and Artificial Environments on Biomarkers of Emotional Resilience."
Media pieces highlighting research from the Lambert Lab
Big Picture Science, Oh Rats! (2012).
Articles written for more mainstream sources:
The University of Richmond Magazine. The Grand Experiment: Are our brains outsmarting themselves? A Richmond researcher and her rats say maybe. By Caroline Kettlewell (2018).
The Hollywood Reporter. Why Hollywood Insiders Aren't Equipped to Deal with Anxiety, by Dr. Lambert (2018).
Aleteia. Your Brain is Happier When You Do This Type of Work, by Calah Alexander (2018).
Family Circle, Make Time for Painting, Interview with Dr. Lambert (2018).
Gymratz Cartoon, inspired by the neuroscience research of Dr. Lambert (2018).
A big thanks to Karen Roehr, Associate Professor in the Dept of Art and Design, Univ of Massachusetts, Lowell, for including our work in her clever GymRatz comic strip!
New York Times,Santa on the Brain (Dec 21, 2013).
Scientific American Mind-A Tale of 2 Rodents. Rats teach a neuroscientist lessons of love-or at least sex (September 30, 2011).
New York Post, Rats! (July 10, 2011).
Journal of Visualized Experiments: Using a Comparative Species Approach to Investigate the Neurobiology of Paternal Responses (Sept. 19,2011).
Whole Living, Body + Soul, DIY Therapy: How Handiwork Can Treat Depression (June 2010).
Wisconsin Public Radio's 'To the Best of our Knowledge', Kelly Lambert on the Healing Power of Craft (Oct. 4, 2009)
Scientific American Mind, Depressingly Easy (2008).
Scientific American Mind, Brain Stains: Traumatic therapies can have long-lasting effects on mental health.
Kelly Lambert and Scott Lilenfeld (October 2007).
The Observer (UK) Want to boost your brain power? Just have a baby (January 2006).