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Brain Street

I'm a product manager, science communicator, & neuroscience researcher.

With Brain Street, the goal is to deconstruct concepts from cognitive neuroscience to be more accessible and applicable to everyday life.

Think of this as the opposite of pop psychology - I strive to be accurate and skeptical in how I interpret the science. Here's the pitch: I'll handle the hours of research and you get the key takeaways without any of the work.

So far, I’ve touched on music, learning, memory, ethics, metaphors, attention, creativity, time, flow, metacognition, brain-computer interfaces, tools for thought, and even poetry. There's something for everyone.

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Featured Posts

BCI 2022: Peloton for the Mind

We need to start thinking of focus as the mental equivalent of cardio. We need a Peloton for the mind.

BCI 2022: Peloton for the Mind

Biological WiFi: Emerging Science of Energy-Based Therapies

An emerging field provides a novel framework for studying energy-based therapies.

Biological WiFi: Emerging Science of Energy-Based Therapies

Music for Productivity: The Basics

Why does music help you concentrate? What makes good background music? How can music be distracting?

Music for Productivity: The Basics

Recent Posts

BCI 2022: Peloton for the Mind

We need to start thinking of focus as the mental equivalent of cardio. We need a Peloton for the mind.

BCI 2022: Peloton for the Mind

BCI 2022: Musical Taste Decoded

What if Spotify had direct access to your musical taste? It would instantly know whether or not you like a song as you listen to it.

BCI 2022: Musical Taste Decoded

Knowledge graphs: the closest thing to direct knowledge transfer

Given how central the sharing of knowledge is, it's natural to ask whether computers can be used as tools to streamline this process.

Knowledge graphs: the closest thing to direct knowledge transfer