Emily Rose Jordan

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Emily Rose Jordan loves reading, talking and writing about science, especially the neuroscience of animal behavior, which she comments on the BrainFacts.org blog and on her Twitter feed @drsciencelady. She currently works as a healthcare analyst in London. Emily earned a PhD in experimental psychology from the University of Cambridge, where she was a Gates Cambridge Scholar, and a B.A. in psychology from Columbia University. Her research focused on the neurobiology of social behavior and its role in addiction. Emily spends her free time traveling, especially to see wildlife and to try new cuisines.

Articles by Emily Rose Jordan

Here in the UK, it is royal baby mania, which makes me as a neuroscientist think about how parental behavior is controlled by the brain.
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Everyone knows a picky eater — a former classmate of mine ate only cereal, pasta and milk — but why does picky eating exist?
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Cockroaches are quickly evolving to avoid precisely the yummy, sweet-tasting poisoned baits that I was using to keep them out of my kitchen.
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In 2006 when an Italian physician, Dr Paolo Zamboni, announced a simple method for treating MS, it received international attention.
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