News & Events
Book Talks for Electric Brain
Come hear about the latest research on brainwaves and I’ll demonstrate on a volunteer how to hack your own brainwaves!
Smithsonian Associates, Washington, DC., Wednesday, February 5, 2020-6:45 pm! The New Brain Science: How Brainwave Research Is Shaping the Future
Evening Program with Book Signing. Limited seating, so reserve tickets now.
The Smithsonian–such a treasure and worthy of support.
Powell’s Books, Portland, Oregon, Thursday, February 20, 2020-7:30 pm! Evening Program with Book Signing
Powell’s is a book lover’s mecca. The Hawthorne store covers more than 10,000 square feet, offering more than 200,000 titles.
Curious Iguana, Frederick, Maryland, March 18, 2020 7:00 pm! Evening Program with Book Signing
A wonderful independent book store that does an outstanding job of organizing literary events.
Print Interviews and articles
Book review of Why We Snap in National Association of Science Writers “Advance Copy” Section edited by Lynne Lamberg, ScienceWriters, (Spring, 2016) Vol. 65, No. 2, p. 10, and advance on-line January 13.
Explaining Rage: A Q and A with R. Douglas Fields in Scientific American MIND, by Diana Kwon, March 1, 2016 (advance copy on-line)
Scientific American MIND reviews Why We Snap, by Diana Kwon, by Diana Kwon, March 1, 2016 (advance copy on-line)
National Geographic’s Book Talk, Your brain is hardwired to snap, interview with the author of Why We Snap, February 7, 2016, by Simon Worrall
Frederick News and Post Calm down: Book examines the biology behind rage, Karen Gardner, January 24, 2016 Biology behind rage
Why do we snap? This author can tell you why, Emily Perper, The Curious Iguana, January 24, 2016 Why do we snap?
Discover Magazine Why we snap, from road rage to barroom brawls, Carl Engelking, January 13, 2016 Road Rage to Barroom brawls
Time Magazine The Science of why people ‘snap’ in anger, by Doug Fields, January 14, 2016 Quick Take
Science (AAAS) Unleashing the beast within, by Pascal Wallisch, January 15, 2016, Vol. 351, Issue 6270, pp. 232 Book Review, Why We Snap
New York Magazine, A neuroscientist expalins the phrase ‘I just snapped’, by Melissa Dahl, Science of Us, January 20, 2016 I just snapped
LinkedIn Why we snap at work, by R. Douglas Fields, January 21, 2016 why we snap at work
Lifehacker, Why slow internet and getting stuck in traffic makes you snap, by Patrick AllenJanuary 20, 2016: road rage and snapping
See also broadcast interviews on the Audio/Video page