Uri’s research illuminates how storytelling fosters deep social interactions through brain-to-brain connection.
A native of Israel, Hasson is currently a professor in the psychology department and the Neuroscience Institute at Princeton University. His research is part of a growing trend in neuroscience toward uncovering the neural activity that drives human behavior in response to real-life, everyday events. His storytelling work explores how storytellers and audiences interact to create shared memory.
Q&A with Uri Hasson