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Psychology - Health - 27.05.2020
Quality of continuing education for psychotherapists questioned, unsupported by research
New research from McGill University has found that nearly half of psychotherapies d in workshops approved by l'Ordre des Psychologues du Québec are not supported by scientific research, raising questions with regards to accreditation and legitimacy.

Health - Psychology - 22.05.2020
Analysis: Coronavirus affects mental health too - here’s what we know
In a piece for the Guardian, Professor Anthony David (UCL Institute of Mental Health) writes about the potential mental health effects of Covid-19, partly based on new studies by Dr Jonathan Rogers (UCL Psychiatry) and Dr Daisy Fancourt (UCL Epidemiology & Public Health).

Health - Psychology - 22.05.2020
£3.8m funds international psychotherapy trial with new mothers
A UCL team has been awarded £3.8 million from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to fund a new study in Lebanon and Kenya looking at the treatment of post-natal depression, child development, and the mother-child relationship.

Health - Psychology - 19.05.2020
Researchers launch survey for UK undergraduates to assess impact of COVID-19 and help shape mental health services
Starting University and transitioning from one year to the next can be both exciting and challenging for many students, but how has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted how students think and feel?

Psychology - 18.05.2020
Explores COVID-19's psychological impact
Explores COVID-19’s psychological impact
An international consortium of researchers is exploring COVID-19's psychological effects in 18 countries, and how compassion can help reduce pandemic-related stress.

Economics / Business - Psychology - 08.05.2020
Pandemic's impact on economic behavior
Pandemic’s impact on economic behavior
FACULTY COMMENTARY By Richard Curtin , director of the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers Will the pandemic cause a permanent shift in the behavior of consumers?

Health - Psychology - 07.05.2020
Why collective behaviour will get us through the Covid-19 pandemic
Why collective behaviour will get us through the Covid-19 pandemic
Sussex psychologist Professor John Drury is among a group of behaviour scientists giving the UK government guidance during the coronavirus pandemic.

Psychology - 05.05.2020

Health - Psychology - 01.05.2020
How our emotional memories of Coronavirus affect our future
Elena Miltiadis from Anthropology considers the way our emotional memory of this pandemic will affect our future behaviour As we do whatever we can to stop the spread of coronavirus, we are being for

Psychology - 23.04.2020
Spotlight on... Dr Bennett Kleinberg
This week we meet Bennett Kleinberg, lecturer in data science in the Department of Security and Crime Science and the Dawes Centre for Future Crime.

Health - Psychology - 23.04.2020
BeyGOOD, an initiative founded by Beyoncé, and UCLA offer COVID-19 online toolkit for mental wellness
UCLA, in partnership with Beyoncé's BeyGOOD initiative, has created an online COVID-19 Care Package to help people struggling with stress and anxiety brought on or worsened by the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Health - Psychology - 17.04.2020
Zoom, booze and blues in lockdown
Sussex researchers continue to share their knowledge and expertise during the Covid-19 crisis. As life in lockdown continues, what's happening to our work-life balance, our mental health, and our drinking habits?

Social Sciences - Psychology - 16.04.2020
Inspiring connections while working apart
Inspiring connections while working apart
Research by Stanford psychologist Greg Walton shows how people don't have to be physically together to still feel a sense of togetherness. With the coronavirus crisis keeping people physically apart from one another, simple gestures - such as sending a friendly email or sharing a useful resource - can inspire a sense of togetherness, says Stanford psychologist Greg Walton.

Health - Psychology - 14.04.2020
How can I miss you when you won’t go away? A couple’s survival guide
Stay-at-home measures during the coronavirus pandemic are pushing intimate relationships to their limits.

Politics - Psychology - 14.04.2020
The power of Why
In this time of health emergency, it is inevitable to live in close contact with our loved ones. In a short video Sara Greco, senior assistant professor at USI Faculty of Communication, Culture and Society, talks about two tools that might help overcome disagreement in our daily life.

Health - Psychology - 10.04.2020
Local response to UW social isolation study leads to national effort
Local response to UW social isolation study leads to national effort
Before word got around of graduate student Adam Kuczynski's social distancing study last month, he and his advisor, Jonathan Kanter, had hoped a couple hundred people would sign up. The study , focused on how King County residents spend their time during COVID-19 physical isolation, drew 500 participants.

Health - Psychology - 07.04.2020
Helping healthcare workers to cope with stress
A group of mental health experts, led by UCL, have issued advice for frontline healthcare workers on how to cope with stress during the COVID-19 crisis.

Health - Psychology - 02.04.2020
People seek immediate solutions to cope with fear
People seek immediate solutions to cope with fear
FACULTY Q&A The COVID-19 pandemic has evoked many emotions among people worldwide-none more prevalent than fear.

Psychology - Life Sciences - 30.03.2020
Social distance in the time of coronavirus
In a short clip, Rosalba Morese, postdoc assistant at the Faculty of Communication, Culture and Society and at the Institute of Public Health of USI Faculty of Biomedical Sciences, talks about our emotional reactions to social distance, an aspect that we need to deal with in our daily lives.

Psychology - 27.03.2020
Five ways to create household harmony during lockdown
As the nation grapples with public lockdown, the reality of all living under the same roof has taken on a whole new meaning.

Health - Psychology - 26.03.2020
Coping with Coronavirus Stress
T he COVID-19 pandemic is stressful. Emotions are running high.

Life Sciences - Psychology - 26.03.2020
Hoarding is not a strange behavior during times of crisis
FACULTY Q&A The COVID-19 pandemic has rampantly heightened stress and anxiety during these uncertain times, leading some to hoard groceries such as toilet paper, eggs, meats, bread and hand sanitizer.

Health - Psychology - 24.03.2020

Health - Psychology - 23.03.2020
Talking to yourself in the third person can promote healthier eating
The constant temptation of tasty foods high in calories and fat make it difficult for people to make healthy choices, but talking to yourself in the third person may help, say researchers at the University of Michigan and University of Minnesota.

Psychology - Social Sciences - 20.03.2020
What use is worry? Psychologist explains anxiety’s pros and cons
As anxiety about COVID-19 skyrockets, people are looking for ways to manage unprecedented stress. (iStockphoto) Excessive worry about COVID-19 is becoming a mental health pandemic unto itself.

Psychology - Social Sciences - 17.03.2020
Tips for coping with anxiety in the face of COVID-19
Rosan Gomperts, director of the Faculty Staff Help Center, discusses practical steps individuals can take to cope with anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Psychology - 04.03.2020
Seven Questions with... Sam Fardghassemi
This week we meet third-year psychology PhD student Sam. Here, Sam - who currently runs guided meditation sessions at the Student Centre - explains how meditation can help you beat exam stress.

Life Sciences - Psychology - 02.03.2020

Psychology - 21.02.2020
Delving into self-consciousness at EPFL
What if the key to conveying complex scientific concepts like self-consciousness was to bring art and science together? From 25 February to 1 March, EPFL ArtLab will play host to the Immersive Lab, which offers visitors an interactive, multisensory experience. Are those your hands you see on that panoramic screen? Maybe, maybe not.

Health - Psychology - 12.02.2020
Michelle Craske to share how research can inform anxiety and depression treatment
For more than three decades, Michelle Craske has been trying to understand what makes some people prone to anxiety and depression.

Life Sciences - Psychology - 31.01.2020
A chat with the expert: Rosalba Morese
Finissage della mostra 'Koen Vanmechelen. The Worth of Life 1982-2019' Academy of Architecture The Overproduction of truth.

Psychology - 23.01.2020
Talking retirement anxiety with U of M
While the idea of retirement can be daunting,  research shows  the majority of retirees experience consistent or improved life satisfaction across their transition into retirement.

Psychology - Social Sciences - 22.01.2020
Community-based counselors help mitigate grief, stress among children orphaned in East Africa
Community-based counselors help mitigate grief, stress among children orphaned in East Africa
A first-of-its-kind clinical trial involving more than 600 children in Kenya and Tanzania, in which community members were trained to deliver mental health treatment, showed improvement in participants' trauma-related symptoms up to a year after receiving therapy, new research shows.

Psychology - 22.01.2020
Alone Together?
How satisfied are people in so-called mingle relationships? Psychologist Dr Alica Mertens of Heidelberg University explored this question. The results of her research were published in the "Journal of Happiness Studies". In the following interview, Alica Mertens discusses this type of relationship as well as her study.

Psychology - 15.01.2020
Higher rates of post-natal depression among autistic mothers
Higher rates of post-natal depression among autistic mothers
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Social Sciences - Psychology - 07.01.2020

Life Sciences - Psychology - 03.01.2020
Brain scans could flag children’s future mental health problems
It can take years to diagnose a child with a psychiatric or attention deficit disorder, forcing them to endure a lot of frustration and suffering. A study led by Northeastern University psychologist Susan Whitfield-Gabrieli, above, and UC Berkeley neuroscientist Silvia Bunge shows that brain scans in young children can predict future mental health and attention issues.

Psychology - Career - 03.01.2020