Led by Gabrielle Starr, this project seeks to create fine-scale maps of neural activity for the broad domain of visual aesthetics.
Led by Pato Hebert, the Critical Collaboration Working Group will investigate the relationship between creativity and social change.
Led by Andy Teirstein, a three-year exploration of intercultural dialogue, practice and exchange focusing on the role of dance and music at borders (geographic, cultural, socio-political, economic).
NYU’s Global Institute of Public Health (GIPH), launched in 2012, is an innovative model for collaborative research. With over 110 faculty from 13 NYU schools and departments, it represents the wide range of methodologies and skillsets needed to address complex
This project focuses on the critique of the “rationality of expectations hypothesis” (REH). The REH assumes that economic agents have an unbiased, statistically correct, view of the future. This critique applies to many areas of analysis, notably the study of