Jay Schulkin

Jay Schulkin is Research Professor of Physiology and Biophysics at Georgetown University School of Medicine.

Books by this Author

By Jay Schulkin
We are social animals, with evolved mechanisms to discern the beliefs and desires of others. This social reason is linked to the concept of intentionality, the ability to attribute beliefs and desires to others. In this book Jay Schulkin explores social reason from philosophical, psychological, and cognitive neuroscientific perspectives. He argues for a pragmatist approach, in which the role of...
Allostatic Regulation in Physiology and Pathophysiology
By Jay Schulkin
Homeostasis, a key concept in biology, refers to the tendency toward stability in the various bodily states that make up the internal environment. Examples include temperature regulation and oxygen consumption. The body's needs, however, do not remain constant. When an organism is under stress, the central nervous system works with the endocrine system to use resources to maintain the overall...