Mind/Brain/Behavior Seminars

All MBB Cognitive Science track students must take one of these seminars, usually in their junior year.

Mind/Brain/Behavior-Specific Seminars

These are seminars offered directly by the MBB program. For more information on these courses and other seminars offered, please see the Mind/Brain/Behavior Initiative's Seminar Page.

The MBB Initiative has not yet updated their website with the list of 2020-21 seminars. In the meantime, please feel free to examine the list of seminars from 2019-20, which may give you an idea of the seminars typically offered (please note that not every seminar below will be offered in 2020-21).

Fall 2019 Seminars

  • MBB 980F, Creativity Research: Eccentrics, Geniuses, and Harvard Students
  • MBB 980N, Neuroaesthetics
  • MBB 980P, The Role of Music in Health and Education
  • MBB 980R, Psychopaths and Psychopathy: Psychological, Neuroscientific, Legal, and Policy Issues

Spring 2020 Seminars

  • MBB 980B, Exploring Addiction
  • MBB 980G, The Origins and Evolution of Cognition: A Comparative Study of Human and Nonhuman Abilities
  • MBB 980H, What Disease Teaches about Cognition
  • MBB 980M, Functional Neuroimaging of Psychiatric Disorders: Insights into the Human Brain-Mind
  • MBB 980S, Cognitive Neuroscience of Meditation
  • MBB 980V, The Functional and Structural Human Brain Connectome