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Psychology - Astronomy / Space Science - 25.10.2018
40th Year anniversary event of Watership Down dedicated to academic discussion
A University of Birmingham academic, Professor Lisa Bortolotti , has applauded the director of the new feature film Out of Blue , Carol Morley, for challenging the widely-held notion that mental illness is a wholly damaging condition that defines the person experiencing it.

Psychology - 18.10.2018
How to Study Less and Learn More
Y ou're probably studying hard. But are you also studying smart? There's a chance that you're doing what you've always done, and there's also a chance that it's not serving you all that well.

Health - Psychology - 16.10.2018
Which factors are linked with wellbeing and medication adherence in young adults with kidney failure
16 October 2018 A new study led by the University of Bristol has evaluated important aspects of psychological health in young adults with kidney failure.

Psychology - 27.09.2018
People with dementia supported to hang up the keys
People with dementia supported to hang up the keys
When people with dementia hang up their car keys, the sudden loss of mobility can have devastating effects.

Psychology - Health - 20.09.2018
Neuroscientist named as global rising star by top academic publisher
Neuroscientist named as global rising star by top academic publisher
A University of Sussex neuroscientist has been named as an emerging leader in her field by the world's leading multidisciplinary science journal.

Psychology - 12.09.2018
New network launched to enhance the rigour and reliability of UK scientific research
A new Reproducibility Network that aims to improve the rigour and reliability of UK-led scientific research will launch at the University of Bristol this week [Wednesday 12 September]. The Network aims to reinforce the leading position of UK science by co-ordinating shared training and best practice across research-intensive universities.

Economics / Business - Psychology - 31.08.2018

Health - Psychology - 29.08.2018
Collaboration the key to improving mental health services
Collaboration the key to improving mental health services
A researcher from The Australian National University (ANU) is calling on our mental health sector to ensure people experiencing mental illness are more comprehensively involved in providing advice and leadership to mental health service providers.

Health - Psychology - 17.08.2018
Yale School of Nursing responds to the overdose crisis in New Haven
Statement from Yale School of Nursing It is with deep concern that we observe the situation unfolding in New Haven over the last 24 hours with close to one hundred people having overdosed from a synthetic form of marijuana called K2.

Life Sciences - Psychology - 14.08.2018
Neuroscientist stars in new Werner Herzog-linked Netflix documentary
Neuroscientist stars in new Werner Herzog-linked Netflix documentary
Sussex neuroscientist stars in new Werner Herzog-linked Netflix documentary Professor of Cognitive & Computational Neuroscience, Anil Seth , features as one of nine scientists sharing ideas in a n

Economics / Business - Psychology - 09.08.2018
City-REDI welcome new Advisory Board
Data science could help Hollywood producers generate 'personalised' movies after researchers established that a film's emotional content could help to predict box-office success.

Economics / Business - Psychology - 03.08.2018
Handshake makes for better deals in business
Like any ritual, a handshake may seem like a bizarre gesture when you really stop to consider it. "Why do we touch hands and move them up and down?" saysá Juliana Schroeder , an assistant professor at UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business.

Health - Psychology - 31.07.2018
How nature helps empower people going through cancer treatment
How nature helps empower people going through cancer treatment
Carol Mason was on the edge — strung out between depression and high anxiety. She had recently received news that the chemotherapy and its accompanying nausea, vomiting and intense fatigue she had been enduring for months to treat her metastatic breast cancer wasn't working.

Health - Psychology - 31.07.2018
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"Our generation is often told that we can save the world," says Marcel Bischofberger. The 28-year-old student completed his studies of TUM-BWL and mastered a serious life crisis at the same time.

Psychology - Health - 30.07.2018
To Help Separated Families, Tap the Experts
As the Trump administration moves slowly toward reuniting refugee parents and children, we are hearing reunification stories from the front lines.

Computer Science - Psychology - 24.07.2018
Helping computers perceive human emotions
Helping computers perceive human emotions
MIT Media Lab researchers have developed a machine-learning model that takes computers a step closer to interpreting our emotions as naturally as humans do. In the growing field of "affective computing," robots and computers are being developed to analyze facial expressions, interpret our emotions, and respond accordingly.

Health - Psychology - 24.07.2018

Psychology - 20.07.2018
Mental health of young adults with lesbian parents is same as their peers
Comparing relationships, educational/job performance, and behavioral, emotional and mental health problems, researchers from the Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law found that 25-year-olds raised by lesbian parents do as well on multiple measures of psychological health as other adults.

Health - Psychology - 16.07.2018
Loneliness is contagious - and here's how to beat it
Loneliness is contagious - and here’s how to beat it
One in three adults is affected by loneliness. It's time for us to take a risk and let others into our lives, says Olivia Remes, PhD candidate at the Cambridge Institute of Public Health, writing for The Conversation .

Astronomy / Space Science - Psychology - 26.06.2018
Lost in time
ESA Space in Images This artist 's rendition of time in space captures the movement, drama, and complexity of this cosmic abstraction.

Career - Psychology - 26.06.2018
The stresses and strains of work and unemployment
The stresses and strains of work and unemployment
A stressful workplace can damage your health. But so too can being out of work. Cambridge researchers are trying to understand why both situations can be detrimental to our health and wellbeing - and help employers and government provide solutions.

Psychology - Health - 19.06.2018
People with whiplash sought for combined treatment study
Researchers are working to develop a combined physiotherapy and psychology treatment program for people with chronic whiplash. Professor Michele Sterling of The University of Queensland's RECOVER Injury Research Centre said her team was keen to hear from people still experiencing neck pain from a whiplash injury following a motor vehicle accident within the last 10 years.

Health - Psychology - 15.06.2018
UK's first clinic to prevent family transmission of anxiety launches in Sussex
UK’s first clinic to prevent family transmission of anxiety launches in Sussex
UK's first clinic to prevent family transmission of anxiety launches in Sussex The UK's first clinic to prevent family transmission of anxiety launches in Sussex today, Friday 15 June 2018, following a successful trial.

Psychology - 31.05.2018
Psychology: phasing out nuclear energy could affect safety
Psychology: phasing out nuclear energy could affect safety
The way in which the phase-out of nuclear power plants in Germany is currently planned could negatively influence the safety of the facilities.

Health - Psychology - 31.05.2018

Psychology - Health - 08.05.2018
Survey takes 10 minutes to tackle bullying
More than 1200 Queensland high school students have assisted University of Queensland researchers in the development of a survey that measures bullying.

Linguistics / Literature - Psychology - 11.04.2018
How talking more can make you better at listening - to foreign languages
The typical foreign language class spends much of its time listening to fluent speakers - a teacher or a recording - and doing other comprehension-focused exercises, like matching printed words and p

Health - Psychology - 09.04.2018
Protecting young adults’ sexual health
Gilla Shapiro studies clinical psychology at McGill. She earned her BA and MA in Social and Political Sciences at the University of Cambridge and dual degrees in public policy and public administration at the Hertie School of Governance and London School of Economics and Political Science.

Social Sciences - Psychology - 03.04.2018
The secret to being a secret-keeper
If you want to be told a secret you're better off being assertive and compassionate rather than enthusiastic and polite, according to University of Queensland researchers.

Social Sciences - Psychology - 30.03.2018
Saying Mental Illness and Mass Violence Go Together is Wrong
With each mass shooting or other large-scale violent event like the recent string of bombings in Austin, the venue, the names and the number of dead change, but the explanation is the same.

Health - Psychology - 27.03.2018
New grant for mental health research
A team at Cardiff University, led by Professor Jeremy Hall, has been awarded a £1m grant to harness the power of data science to improve early interventions and treatment in mental health.

Health - Psychology - 20.03.2018
PODCAST: How trees make people happier and healthier | UChicago News
Editor's note: Knowledge Applied is a podcast from the University of Chicago. Each episode will take listeners inside the research of UChicago scholars helping reshape everyday life. The first season of Knowledge Applied will feature researchers tackling some of the biggest questions facing cities today.

Health - Psychology - 08.03.2018
Stress eating can start in early childhood, may lead to extra weight later
ANN ARBOR-The link between emotions and eating has been well established but new research from the University of Michigan shows that children as young as 4 who experience stress eat more in the absence of hunger, beginning a cycle that could possibly mean extra pounds down the road.
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