Lead Scientist and Manager of Neurotechnology
Clayton Mosher, PhD, is a neuroscientist with over 15 years of experience researching how the brain produces emotions. His studies are published in a variety of journals and span a breadth of topics: from how neurons in the brain facilitate eye-contact to how emotions cause our hearts to race and our palms to sweat. He is an active member of the Society for Neuroscience and The Society for Psychophysiological Research. As Lead Scientist at Warner Brothers Neuro Lab, Clayton identifies emerging technology, develops signal processing methods, and works with the rest of the Neuro Lab team to provide new tools for measuring how viewers engage with stories.