Psychologist Richard Davidson (pictured below) of the W.M. Keck lab for Functional Brain Imaging and Behaviour at the University of Wisconsin has been named one of the world’s Top 100 most influential people by Time magazine. He’s most famous for researching the neural correlates of meditation and for collaborating with the Dalai Lama:
“East and West not only meet in Richard Davidson’s laboratory; they are also starting to exchange a great deal of useful information about human experience and human potential”.Read more
Freakonomist Steven Levitt also features in the list, with a brief eulogy by Malcolm Gladwell.
Hey Mind Hacks readers – Which psychologists or neuroscientists do you think should have made the list, and why? Comments are open.