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The NeuroLeadership Journal

The NeuroLeadership Institute collaborates with top neuroscientists, leadership experts, and large organizations around the world to produce groundbreaking research. Since 2007, we have published over sixty peer-reviewed research papers in the NeuroLeadership Journal.

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Contributors to the NLI Journal:

Elliot Berkman, Ph.D., University of Oregon (AIM: An integrative model of goal pursuit)

Dean Mobbs, Ph.D., California Institute of Technology (The Neuroscience of Motivation)

Lila Davachi, Ph.D., Columbia University (Coherence: The architecture of efficient learning; The Science of Making Learning Stick; Learning that lasts through AGES)

Al H. Ringleb, Ph.D., CIMBA (Neuroleadership in 2014; NeuroLeadership in 2011 and 2012; NeuroLeadership in 2010; NeuroLeadership in 2009; Defining NeuroLeadership as a Field, The CIMBA MBA Leadership Process; The emerging field of NeuroLeadership)

Evian Gordon, Ph.D., Founder and Chief Medical Officer, Total Brain (NeuroLeadership and the Productive Brain)

Mark Beeman, Ph.D., Northwestern University (How Insight Happens)

John Kounios, Ph.D., Drexel University (How Insight Happens)

Dan Siegel, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine (The Healthy Mind Platter; Mindsight at Work: An interpersonal neurobiology lens on leadership)

Rick Gilkey, Ph.D., Emory University (Using the Whole Brain to Improve Strategic Reasoning)

Yi-Yuan Tang, Ph.D., Texas Tech University (The Neuroscience of Mindfulness; Neuroscience of Engagement)

Naomi Eisenberger, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles (The Pains and Pleasures of Social Life)

Marco Iacoboni, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles (Applying Empathy and Mirror Neuron Concepts to NeuroLeadership)

Soon Ang, Ph.D., Nanyang Technological University in Singapore (The Culturally Intelligent Brain)

Ying-yi Hong, Ph.D., The Chinese University of Hong Kong (The Culturally Intelligent Brain)

Craig Hassed, Ph.D., Monash University (Mindfulness, Wellbeing and Performance)

Lea Waters, Ph.D., University of Melbourne (Using Human Brain Dynamics to Enhance Workplace Team Dynamics)

Christine Chesebrough, Drexel University (Coherence: The architecture of efficient learning; Getting to a Culture of Feedback; Why Insight Matters)

Kaya Axelsson, University of Oxford (Take the Focus Off Difference)

Dominic Packer, Ph.D., Lehigh University (The Neuroscience of Leading Effective Teams)

Christine Cox, Ph.D., New York University Langone Medical Center (Debunking Gender Myths; The Neuroscience of Leading Effective Teams; Why Insight Matters)

Elizabeth L. Haines, Ph.D., William Paterson University (Debunking Gender Myths)

Jay Van Bavel, Ph.D., New York University (The Neuroscience of Leading Effective Teams; Select Better: How managers can reduce bias in hiring)

Tessa West, Ph.D., New York University (Asked For vs Unasked For Feedback; Getting to a Culture of Feedback; Select Better: How managers can reduce bias in hiring)

Katherine Thorson, Ph.D., Barnard College (Asked For vs Unasked For Feedback)

Michael I. Posner, Ph.D., University of Oregon (The Neuroscience of Mindfulness)

Mona Weiss, Ph.D., Freie Universität Berlin (The Science of Speaking Up)

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