Landau is the director of JHU’s Science of Learning Institute (2013-present). Read her interview in Arts & Sciences Magazine.
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Dr. Landau is the director of JHU’s Science of Learning Institute (2013-present). In its very existence, the institute will leverage Johns Hopkins’ wealth of experience in the field, bringing together an estimated 500-plus scholars and researchers from the brain sciences, education, engineering, medicine, arts, and many other disciplines.
A new multidisciplinary institute has been formed at Johns Hopkins to shed light on all aspects of learning, from how our minds begin to take shape during infancy, to how individual differences affect learning, to how we can benefit from cutting-edge teaching technologies. Dr. Landau is the director of the Science of Learning Institute.
Barbara Landau discusses how the brain creates art on The Academic Minute, a program of WAMC: Northeast Public Radio. Click to read more and listen to the segment.
Barbara Landau discusses how words helped unlock the artistic abilities of a patient with amnesia on NPR’s All Things Considered. Click to read more and listen to the segment.
Puzzles of the Brain: An Artist’s Journey Through Amnesia showed at The Walters September 17-December 11, 2011. Read the article in the New York Times, titled “A Few Strokes of the Past in an Artist Who Lost Her Memory.”
Puzzles of the Brain: An Artist’s Journey Through Amnesia showed at The Walters September 17-December 11, 2011. This video from JHU discusses the show, as well as our lab’s research with the artist, who suffers from amnesia.
Read the article in the Baltimore Sun.
The Science Network interviewed Barbara Landau on July 23, 2011, during the annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Click to watch the video.
Barbara Landau delivered the keynote address, “Language and Space: Momentary interactions,” at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society on July 22, 2011. Click to watch the video.