The Harvard Brain is an undergraduate academic journal with an international readership dedicated to the study of mind, brain, and behavior (MBB). We serve as a platform for undergraduates to examine human behavior and mental life from a wide range of perspectives, including (but not limited to): Computer Science
History and Science, Human Evolutionary Biology, Linguistics, Neuroscience, Philosophy, and Psychology.
(These are the seven fields that make up the Harvard MBB Interfaculty Initiative).
The Harvard Brain is a semesterly publication that showcases original undergraduate research in MBB fields, interviews with professors, thought pieces, book reviews, and other content. For more information, please check out the "Submission Guidelines" page on this website.
We welcome submissions from students of any college.