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Explore how physical attraction works with experiments and activities throughout the North Museum, then join us in the planetarium for our featured speaker, Dr. Carlota Batres.
Figment Festival attendees were led by Dr. Batres to uncover how your senses, brain, and body react when you meet people.
In a live show, a WBUR radio program, and a podcast hosted by Chris Duffy, three comedians will try to guess what Dr. Batres' research entails.
Modern masculinity is explored with Dr. Batres in the Swiss television program «Specimen» which focuses on human behavior, emotions, and neuroscience.
Guided by Guerilla Science's human sexual selection expert, Dr. Batres, participants will go through daring experiments with strangers.
An episode titled "The science of attraction" written by Dr. Carlota Batres.
Hosted by psychologist Carlota Batres, the event took Guerilla Science's audience through a series of sensational challenges based on cutting-edge research in neuroscience, genetics, and psychology.
An episode titled "Does your environment change your emotional reactions?" written by Dr. Carlota Batres.
Segment including clips from an interview with Professor Batres on how makeup changes how people see you and how you see yourself
Faces and attractiveness are explored with model/actor Cara Delevingne and Dr. Carlota Batres in this six episode BBC/Hulu series.