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Psychology - Economics / Business - 31.12.2019
Distinctions vs. data: How a philosopher and a psychologist measure personal growth
New York Times columnist David Brooks kicked off a recent University of Chicago event by waxing nostalgic about his alma mater.

Psychology - Life Sciences - 17.12.2019
Mothers’ and babies’ brains ’more in tune’ when mother is happy
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Psychology - 10.12.2019
UK universities will work together to improve research quality and reproducibility
UK universities will collaborate to improve the quality of UK academic research output. Whilst the UK is at the leading edge of research globally, there is a need to constantly strive to improve in order to retain that positions.

Psychology - 26.11.2019
Q&A: How to have a guilt-free holiday dinner
The holidays are a time of merriment, often centered on food. While the energy during the festive season is at a high, for health-conscious folks it can create unneeded stress around personal food consumption.

Psychology - Social Sciences - 13.11.2019
Talking bullying in schools with U of M
According to the 2019 Minnesota Student Survey, 19% of students who said they were bullied also reported being bullied or harassed at least once a week in the last 30 days.

Social Sciences - Psychology - 31.10.2019
Researchers helping to break the cycle of disadvantage
University of Sydney economists and health experts will spearhead a new research project that will help Australian children and families overcome the challenges of deep and persistent disadvantage.

Life Sciences - Psychology - 21.10.2019

Psychology - 21.10.2019
Seven Questions with Tayla McCloud
This week we caught up with Psychiatry PhD student Tayla, who is carrying out the SENSE study, a UCL-wide survey of student wellbeing and mental health.

Psychology - Pedagogy - 16.09.2019
Coping with disaster
Evacuees get ready to leave by ferry for Nassau from Marsh Harbor, Abaco Islands, in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian.

Psychology - 12.09.2019
Joining Stanford: Galahad of San Francisco
When Galahad Mai fled a tumultuous life in China four years ago for a better one in the United States, he never imagined that one day he would make it to Stanford.

Psychology - Health - 12.09.2019
While modern life may exacerbate depression, it may also give us the tools to treat it
Worldwide, rates of depression increased by 15 percent between 2005 and 2015, according to the World Health Organization.

Psychology - Social Sciences - 10.09.2019
Using technology to detect autism sooner
Graduate student and Autism Science Foundation fellow Amy Ahn reads to a toddler while wearing the special glasses she uses during autism assessments to record children's facial expressions and gestures Photo: Diego Meza-Valdes/University of Miami Graduate student and Autism Science Foundation fellow Amy Ahn reads to a toddler while wearing the special glasses she uses during autism assessments to record children's facial expressions and gesture

Psychology - Life Sciences - 02.08.2019
Thinking faster than words
How people act and react to the world around them - through their spatial thinking - shapes how they think, Stanford psychologist Barbara Tversky says.

Health - Psychology - 30.07.2019

Psychology - 28.06.2019
This Sussex Life: Natalie Bowling, Research Fellow -
This Sussex Life: Natalie Bowling, Research Fellow - "Some people can ’inhabit’ other people’s bodies"
University of Sussex psychologist Dr Natalie Bowling will be explaining the unusual phenomenon of mirror-touch synaesthesia at The Royal Society's Summer Science Exhibition in London, July 1-7.

Psychology - Life Sciences - 25.06.2019

Psychology - 17.06.2019
New mums sought for self-care study
New mums can access online support to help them take better care of themselves and cope with the challenges of early motherhood as part of a research trial at The University of Queensland.

Social Sciences - Psychology - 15.06.2019

Psychology - Social Sciences - 05.06.2019
Bystanders may be more likely to punish bullies than help victims
One of the world's leading economists explains why our communities could hold the answer to many of society's problems. Punishing bad behavior can feel good, honorable and righteous. According to new research, the impulse to punish a perpetrator may be even more powerful than the desire to help those who were hurt.

Psychology - Life Sciences - 05.06.2019
Cultivating empathy in an unjust world
Stanford psychologist Jamil Zaki examined the different dimensions of empathy - including its positive and in some cases, negative effects - and found that through the right practice, empathy can be cultivated in sustainable ways.

Psychology - Economics / Business - 04.06.2019

Psychology - Economics / Business - 04.06.2019

Psychology - 31.05.2019
What is consciousness’ New Impacted podcast tackles the big questions with University of Sussex researchers
Neuroscientist Anil Seth discusses his decades-long exploration of consciousness and the perception of 'reality' in the first of a new series of podcasts spotlighting the work of outstanding University of Sussex researchers.

Social Sciences - Psychology - 29.05.2019
What nearly all languages have in common-whether you speak or sign
If you hear someone say "John and Mary kiss," you'd likely imagine a single symmetrical action. But hear them say "John and Mary kiss each other," and you may construe an entirely different picture-one in which the parties reciprocate with two separate actions, kissing the other's hand.

Health - Psychology - 21.05.2019
Curbing Miami’s AIDS epidemic with CHARM
The College of Arts and Sciences' Steven Safren, center, leads the new Center for HIV and Research in Mental Health, or CHARM, with the Miller School's Daniel Feaster and Deborah Jones Weiss.

Health - Psychology - 21.05.2019
University forms new center to battle Miami’s HIV epidemic
The College of Arts and Sciences' Steven Safren, center, leads the new Center for HIV and Research in Mental Health, or CHARM, with the Miller School's Daniel Feaster and Deborah Jones Weiss.

Health - Psychology - 16.05.2019
First manual on child blast injuries launched by Imperial and Save the Children
First manual on child blast injuries launched by Imperial and Save the Children
A coalition of British doctors, researchers and charities has launched the world's first guide for treating children severely injured by explosives.

Health - Psychology - 16.05.2019
Yale launches new policy lab to elevate mental health and disrupt poverty
Children born in poverty often experience negative consequences over the course of their lives and pass on the same disadvantages to their own children.

Economics / Business - Psychology - 15.05.2019

Life Sciences - Psychology - 07.05.2019
Shinn-Cunningham Earns Silver Medal from Acoustical Society of America
Renowned auditory neuroscientist Barbara Shinn-Cunningham has been named the 2019 recipient of the Helmholtz Rayleigh Interdisciplinary Silver Medal in Psychological and Physiological Acoustics and S