, an assistant professor of psychological and brain sciences, is featured on Pacific Standard’s list of the 30 “top thinkers” under the age of 30.
“My work examines how we perceive other people through facial, vocal, and bodily cues, as well as how those perceptions are shaped by the larger social context,” Freeman tells Pacific Standard.
Freeman, the director of the Social Cognitive and Neural Sciences Lab at Dartmouth, says, “Being able to shed light on the mechanisms that underlie human experience and then share that knowledge with the research community and rest of the world keeps me going. It’s usually all quite a slow and intensive process, but reaching those moments of discovery are completely worth it.”
Read the full story, published 4/6/14 by Pacific Standard.