Cognition, Brain, & Behavior

Pinpointing Punishment:  Joshua Buckholtz Featured in Harvard Gazette

Pinpointing Punishment: Joshua Buckholtz Featured in Harvard Gazette

October 29, 2015

Harvard Assistant Professor of Psychology Joshua Buckholtz explains how a brain region called the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex coordinates third-party punishment decisions of the type made by judges and juries. The findings were released in a paper co-authored by Buckholtz and René Marois of Vanderbilt University.

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