Connecticut College Magazine · Spring 2008

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Unraveling the brain´s secrets: Ruth Grahn, associate professor of psychology, makes the connection between neurons and knitting.

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View a slideshow of Connecticut College art students mysteriously disappearing into the urban landscape.


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From an April 2 lecture by Eugene Gallagher, Rosemary Park Professor of Religious Studies.

This is an expanded version of the article that appeared in the Spring 2008 print issue of CC: Connecticut College Magazine.


Five Questions for Associate Professor of Psychology Ruth Grahn

by Mary Howard

Cover story: Unraveling the brain´s secrets: Ruth Grahn, associate professor of psychology, makes the connection between neurons and knitting.


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