March 3: The After-School Corporation (TASC) in NYC
January 23: Huffington Post
Professor Davidson was interviewed by the Huffington Post during his visit to the World Economic Forum. "Everything we've learned about the brain suggests it's no different than learning the violin... if you practice, you'll get better at it." Watch the full interview.
January 23: UWMadScience
December 3: Linkedin
Research: The Key Ingredient to Genuine Happiness by Daniel Goleman
October 15: In The Right Way
October 15: UW-Madison News
October 3: Huffinton Post
At the Thrive Event in October, Dr. Davidson and The Huffington Post's editor-in-chief, Arianna Huffington discussed the implications of the day to day information overload we often experience.
"I think if we're all honest about it, we all suffer from attention deficit disorder...we don't need to eliminate technology to improve our relationship with it. We can actually turn to digital tools...to help us use technology more mindfully." - Dr. Davidson
October 2014: InBusiness
Sept 15: Wisconsin Public Radio
UW-Madison Research Suggests Yoga Breathing Technique Could Help Treat PTSD: Sudarshan Kriya Yoga Utilizes Breathing Technique That Could Help People Manage Post-Traumatic Stress
Sept 7: A Better World Radio
September: Briefings Magazine
July 21: American Meditating Radio Show
July 9: NBC News with Maria Shriver
July 7: News 8000 La Crosse, WI
June 26: World Science Festival
June 24: Huffington Post
Try This Simple Meditation Method To Be Happier, Healthier & More Caring (PODCAST). This was originally streamed live, here: Science Insider with David Freeman - Dr. Richard Davidson
June 16: Meditate This!
Despite their total lack of education on the subject, Pete Falker and Jay Hollander explore the spectacular depths of neuroscience with Dr Richard Davidson. Download and subscribe to podcasts on iTunes here.
June 3: The Dana Foundation Cerebrum
Dr Davidson authors paper for Cerebrum: One of a Kind: The Neurobiology of Individuality
May 9: WPT Here and Now
Tim Riley of the La Crosse Public School Foundation and UW neuroscientist Richard Davidson of the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds speak about the district's "Compassion Project" that asked students to paint on canvasses what compassion meant to them. See video here.
May 2: WKBT La Crosse
April 21: Minneapolis Star Tribune
March 12: Groks Science Show
February 19: WKOW Madison
February 19: The Daily Beast
Dr Davidson joins the Dalai Lama in DC: The Dalai Lama Brings Peace, Love and Politics to Washington
February 10: Frontiers in Neuroscience
The Center's Alex Converse recently published a paper, titled "Tai chi training reduces self-report of inattention in healthy young adults", which as been listed as one of the Top 10 most viewed research articles from the Frontiers in Neuroscience journals
February 6: La Crosse Tribune
January 23: Huffington Post
January 23: Rewire Me
January 2: Greater Good Science Center
One of our Center's research papers, Compassion Training Alters Altruism and Neural Responses to Suffering, is featured prominently in the Greater Good's Top 10 Insights from the “Science of a Meaningful Life” in 2013. See original article from May 2013 here: How to Train the Compassionate Brain