Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory Systems


Story Collider “How Cold is too Cold?” — September 2016

How Cold is too Cold? Neuroscientist Paula Croxson is determined to finish her first open-water swimming race -- despite the dangers.

—The Story Collider, Stories about science

Pint of Science “The Art of Perception" — March 2016

At this brain-inspired Pint of Science event, Paula Croxson will discuss how memory helps the brain interpret, and sometimes misinterpret, the signals it receives from the outside world. Other resources.

— Livamp

Story Collider Mount Sinai show “Studying the Brain” — March 2016

This special Story Collider show was hosted in partnership with the Friedman Brain Institute at Mount Sinai. From the tragic to the hilarious, it explored the deeply human side of brain research.

— The Story Collider, Stories about science

The Unexpected Benefits of Science Outreach — March 2015

An essay on one researcher’s experience telling a story at The Story Collider.

— Ben Lillie Blog by Paula Croxson, Ph.D.

Paula Croxson interviewed on CBS local — 2014

Possibility Of Erasing Bad Memories Moves Closer Toward Reality, CBS interview with Paula Croxson

— CBS Pittsburgh

Story Collider "When Your Grandmother Forgets Who You Are" — March 2013

When Paula Croxson began to study memory as a neuroscientist, she also learned a new way of thinking about her grandmother's failing memory. Listen.

— The Story Collider, Stories about science

Selective Memory — 2012

Understanding the higher functions of our brains.

— Psychology today blog by Paula Croxson