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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

Psychology - 03.04.2019
How to reduce racial disparities in school discipline
Stanford scholars develop interventions to reduce disparities in school discipline and support belonging among negatively stereotyped boys Stanford psychologists find that brief exercises early in mi

Psychology - 26.03.2019
Managing mental health after traumatic events
As a community struggling to heal suffers additional tragedies, College of Arts and Sciences associate professor Amanda Jensen-Doss discusses mental health as related to trauma.

Psychology - Life Sciences - 14.03.2019
Why the perfect office temperature is a myth
Air conditioning industries claim 22 degrees Celsius as the uniform temperature for offices to ensure peak performance by workers.

Life Sciences - Psychology - 13.03.2019
New Marie Curie and EMBO Fellows at the FMI
Five of our postdocs were recently awarded the prestigious EMBO and Maria Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Fellowships.

Social Sciences - Psychology - 12.03.2019
Education, nutrition improve language skills for children in rural China
A groundbreaking study by University of Chicago scholars could have a profound impact on the lives and futures of children in poverty-stricken communities of rural China. Prof. James Heckman, a pioneering economist and Nobel laureate, led an innovative early childhood trial that evaluated the long-term impact of providing nutritional support and psychosocial stimulation to at-risk children in China-tens of millions of whom are left alone in their rural communities when their parents travel to urban areas for work.

Psychology - 06.03.2019
The emotional impact of dealing with deadly tornadoes
A University of Miami psychologist explains what victims of Sunday's destructive tornadoes in the South are up against and how they can cope.

Health - Psychology - 26.02.2019
New grants fund YSPH research for caregivers and those with depression
Yale School of Public Health Associate Professor Joan Monin has received a $3.9 million grant to study how certain kinds of emotional support may reduce stress and protect the health of parents with early stage Alzheimer's disease and their adult child caregivers.

Pedagogy - Psychology - 18.02.2019
Closing the kindergarten readiness gap
A child clinical and school psychologist, Rebecca Bulotsky Shearer has worked as a practitioner and researcher with young children and families living in impoverished urban areas for the past 15 years.

Psychology - 14.02.2019
Aims to give birth to fearless pregnancy
Academics and local business owners have launched a new research project to ease fear and anxiety around childbirth for parents to be.

Psychology - 07.02.2019
Free online course created to help better understand and prevent suicide
A new, free online course has been developed to allow healthcare professionals, and those working with at-risk or vulnerable individuals, to gain a better understanding of suicide and ways to prevent it.

Psychology - Life Sciences - 07.02.2019

Life Sciences - Psychology - 25.01.2019
Stanford’s Ian Gotlib seeks predictors of depression
Ian Gotlib is convinced that by learning to spot predictors of depression as soon as possible, psychologists can one day help prevent the disorder. Ian Gotlib has spent years compiling a growing catalog of clues that could help to identify children who are at increased risk for developing depression later in life.

Psychology - 21.01.2019
To look at a dog’s emotional attachment to toys
Does your dog have an attachment to toys' If so, researchers from the University of Bristol Vet School and School of Psychological Science want to hear from dog owners for a new study on pets' attachment to toys.

Health - Psychology - 16.01.2019
California must build workforce to serve older adults’ behavioral health needs, UCLA report says
By 2030, there will be 9 million adults over age 65 in California — up from 6 million now — according to an estimate by the state's department of finance.

Economics / Business - Psychology - 18.12.2018
Q&A: Why business leaders should - yes - ask questions
Q&A: Why business leaders should - yes - ask questions
MIT Sloan's Hal Gregersen talks about his new book, "Questions Are the Answer." Should business leaders spend more time asking questions' Hal Gregersen has a firm answer to that: Yes.

Psychology - Health - 11.12.2018
Another literary win against the stigma of mental illness
Another literary win against the stigma of mental illness
As a boy in Columbus, Ohio, Stephen Hinshaw didn't understand why his father, Virgil Hinshaw Jr., an eminent philosophy professor whose mentors included Bertrand Russell and Albert Einstein, kept disappearing.

Psychology - 10.12.2018
£1.5m study to test diagnostic tool for child and adolescent mental health
A diagnostic tool, which can be used by mental health clinicians to assess children and teenagers, is to be evaluated by experts from the University of Nottingham and Institute of Mental Health, thanks to a £1.5m NIHR grant.

Health - Psychology - 04.12.2018
Multi-million dollar research project to target adolescent mental health
University of Queensland researchers have partnered with institutes in Kenya, Indonesia and Vietnam to investigate the prevalence of mental disorders in adolescents.

Psychology - 19.11.2018

Health - Psychology - 09.11.2018
Health and healing for our veterans
On any given day, the hallways at the Veterans Affairs (VA) Connecticut Health System in West Haven are bustling with doctors, staff, and patients of various ages, including veterans who served in Europe, Vietnam, Korea, Iraq, Afghanistan, and other places.

Psychology - Life Sciences - 08.11.2018

Psychology - 05.11.2018
Changing how people perceive problems
Drawing on an extensive body of research, Stanford psychologist Gregory Walton lays out a roadmap to positively influence the way people think about themselves and the world around them.

Health - Psychology - 01.11.2018
Spotlight on children
Spotlight on children
Today we launch our new ' Spotlight on children ', a focus on research taking place at the University of Cambridge relating to children and childhood - from health to education, language to literacy, parents to playtime, risk to resilience.

Health - Psychology - 31.10.2018
9 in 10 Californians have health insurance, but federal policy changes signal turbulence ahead
9 in 10 Californians have health insurance, but federal policy changes signal turbulence ahead
UCLA's California Health Interview Survey also shows increase in mental health distress among young adults; majority of adults have used marijuana Venetia Lai J ust 8.5 percent of Californians

Religions - Psychology - 30.10.2018