How 'Inside Out' Nailed The Science Of Kids' Emotions

Inside Out is the story of an 11-year-old girl named Riley and how she deals with the great changes brought into her life by her family's move to a new city and a new lifestyle that she doesn't quite accept at first. Guiding her through these

"Inside Out" is more than just the latest animated movie from Pixar — the makers of "Toy Story," "Up," "Finding Nemo" and more. It's also a kid-friendly introduction to real-life neuroscience. Eric Chudler, who's the executive director of the

When UC Berkeley psychologist Dacher Keltner attended the Hollywood premiere of the new Pixar movie Inside Out—which opened yesterday in theaters nationwide—he was thrilled to see children running around the purple (not red) carpet yelling, “I'm Fear 

'Inside Out'. It's good to get your emotions in check before watching the exquisite Inside Out. You're bound to feel the whole bunch watching a child's mind come alive in the most imaginative ways. Directed by Pete Docter — the man behind indelible

"Inside Out" is more than just the latest animated movie from Pixar — the makers of "Toy Story," "Up," "Finding Nemo" and more. It's also a kid-friendly introduction to real-life neuroscience. Eric Chudler, who's the executive director of the

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