Michele W. Berger

Eye-tracking study from Penn linguist reveals inner workings of human mind

Though Florian Schwarz is a linguist, he pays a lot of attention to the twinkle in his research subjects’ eyes. That “twinkle” is the corneal reflection, or the spot where light reflects in the eye. The way it interacts with the pupil can teach scientists about the thought processes of the decision-makers they’re studying.

Michele W. Berger

Three Penn Researchers Awarded 2016 Sloan Fellowships

Three University of Pennsylvania faculty members are among recipients of this year’s Sloan Research Fellowship, two from Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine, one from Penn’s Whar

Karen Kreeger, Michele W. Berger