This project will develop, implement, and evaluate a transformative virtual initiative, high-impact initiative for protecting rural drug-using populations at risk from HIV/HCV outbreaks in the mids
- Predictions were recently proposed to be the core mechanism organizing brain functioning at all levels and in all domains.
- The title of the project is "Phthalates and Maternal Infections: Implications for Schizophrenia". Congratulations Dr Juraska!
- Student characteristics play a crucial role in the attention and enthusiasm directed toward learning.
- Janice Juraska is Co-Investigator on a grant from the US Department of Agriculture (National Institute of Food and Agriculture) titled "Role of naturally-occurring vs.
- Up-and-coming faculty in LAS expand how we think about scienc
- Wendy Heller was selected as this year’s winner of the Executive Officer Distinguished Leadership Award.
- In the state of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, 16-year-old students in middle-track schools decide whether to stay in school to pursue an academic career or enroll in a vocational training program. A new study offers evidence that the path they choose influences their personality years later.
- Sarah Challand, an accounting associate for the Department of Psychology, is being recognized for her particularly noteworthy efforts in advancing the mission of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences in 2018-19.
- In many societies, teenagers are repeatedly told – by adults, peers and popular media – that teens are more likely than younger children to take risks, ignore their parents, skip schoolwork and succumb to bad influences. But stereotypes are not destiny, a new study of Chinese middle school students suggests.
- Aron Barbey is Co-Investigator on a R56 grant from the National Institute of Aging titled "Cognitive Enrichment and Aging: An Ecological Framework" (PI: E. Stine-Morrow)
- Robert Wickesberg is honored with a retirement party on August 28th for his dedication to the department of Psychology.
- Prof. Florin and Sanda Dolcos' study shows new insight about how our brain and personality provide protection against emotional distressDespite recent progress identifying specific brain regions and personality traits, it remains unclear whether there are common factors underlying the structural aspects of the brain and the personality traits that, in turn, protect against symptoms of emotional distress.