WHO WE ARE
In addition to her role as Scientific Director at Mossbridge Institute, Dr. Mossbridge is the Director of the Innovation Lab at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, a Visiting Scholar in the Psychology Department at Northwestern University, the Science Director at Focus@Will Labs, and an Associated Professor in Integral and Transpersonal Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies.
Her focus is on teaching and learning about love and time.
She is currently engaged in three love-centered projects: 1) LOVING AIs, a project designed to bring unconditional love into artificial intelligence (especially artificial general intelligence), 2) a project in which she is examining whether hypnosis can be used to induce a state of unconditional love, and 3) The Calling, her current book project about how love gets translated into life purpose.
Dr. Mossbridge's interest in how time is perceived by unconscious and conscious processes has led her to examine aspects of both cognitive and perceptual timing (e.g., order effects on reading comprehension, perceptual integration across senses) as well as controversial reverse-temporal effects (covered in ABC News 20/20, Wall Street Journal Ideas Market, Fox News and other mainstream media outlets). She is also the 2014 winner of the Charles Honorton Integrative Contributions award for this work. She is currently working on a book project related to this work.
Julia's Ph.D. in Communication Sciences and Disorders is from Northwestern University, her M.A. in Neuroscience is from the University of California at San Francisco, and she received her B.A. with highest honors in neuroscience from Oberlin College. She also invented and patented Choice Compass, a physiologically based decision-making app. A peer reviewer for Brain Research, Psychological Bulletin, Perception, Cognition, PLoS One, Explore, and Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Dr. Mossbridge received funding from the National Institutes of Health in her role as post-doctoral member of the Psychology Department at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. Dr. Mossbridge is also the author of Unfolding: The Perpetual Science of Your Soul's Work (New World Library, 2002) and The Garden: An Inside Experiment. She is also the co-author, with Imants Baruss, of Transcendent Mind: Re-thinking the Science of Consciousness.
In addition to his role as an Associated Scholar at Mossbridge Institute, Yale Landsberg invented and patented the TrueTyme circadian and circalunar natural time clock, invented Beth El Mathematics, which is the basis for a course in Soft Logic and Numbers now being taught at Tel Aviv University, and developed a new "Mobelisk" way of constructing a Möbius Strip, which can lead to the construction of a three dimensional container whose inside is its outside and vice versa.
Landsberg's focus is on understanding time, space, and humanity's relationship to both. He can be reached at yalelandsberg at gmail dot com.
A.B. Physics, Math minor. Hunter College, City University of New York.
M.S., Operations Research. New York University, School of Engineering and Science.
Work experience includes:
Computer Applications Engineer, Norden Division of United Aircraft.
Computer Applications Analyst, Corporate Marketing Division of General Foods.
Senior Technical Consultant in the EDP/Management Sciences Practice Group of McKinsey & Company.
Computer Performance Consultant at Boole&Babbage
As a salesman and sales agent launched breakthrough computer technologies such as Boole&Babbage software and hardware monitors. the ADABAS DBMS (pre-cursor of today's Software AG Big Storage), and the Teleview VTAM Session Switcher.
Pre-sales & Marketing Consultant to ANDOR, reported directly to Dr. Gene Amdahl, CEO/Chairman. Dr. Amdahl was the Chief Architect of the IBM 360 mainframe computer.
Brenna is the part-time Executive Assistant at Mossbridge Institute. With her B.S. in Nonprofit Management from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, she is passionate about helping nonprofits and small businesses thrive.