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2 hrs ago | Bradford Today
Dr. Clarissa Uttley, a member of the faculty at the Plymouth State University whose areas of expertise include early childhood, psychology and pet therapy, will speak this month at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford about prison-based animal programs.
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3 hrs ago | UConn Advance
Ph.D. candidate David Finitsis, an affiliate of CHIP, conducted a meta-analysis that identified the health benefits of text messaging between providers and patients.
7 hrs ago | Time
On Monday, in the most dramatic day of testimony in the Oscar Pistorius trial, the Olympic sprinter known as Blade Runner simply couldn't take it any more.
11 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
Contrary to popular belief, consumer fraud is not more prevalent among seniors, research suggests, and in fact older people may end up being victimized by scammers less often than those of younger years.
11 hrs ago | KWWL-TV Waterloo
University of Northern Iowa employees have a lot questions in the wake of an incident where the personal information of hundreds of individuals was compromised.
An abortion clinic will take the City of Melbourne to court to demand it enforces laws to protect patients and staff from protesters.
Children who use their hands to gesture during a math lesson gain a deep understanding of the problems they are taught, according to new research.
Although choosing to do something because the perceived benefit outweighs the financial cost is something people do daily, little is known about what happens in the brain when a person makes these kinds of decisions.
UC San Diego was rated best in the nation for its graduate program in behavioral neurosciences, second in neuroscience and neurobiology, and third in cognitive psychology, biomedical engineering, and discrete mathematics and combinatorics, according to U.S. News & World Report's annual evaluation of the best graduate schools, released Tuesday.
If I were to tell anyone of color with a clue that White children are given the benefit of the doubt and Black kids are not, I imagine the response would be, "And water is wet."
"Spinology," also known as "In Depth Public Relations" , is a new field combining psychology, neuroscience, and media messaging designed to directly impact customers' buying decisions.
Over the last decade, Harvard psychology professor Daniel Gilbert has become a prominent voice in the public sphere.
Parent and clinical psychologist Michelle Kincade submitted research to the Calgary Board of Education that shows it's not good for a child's well being to switch schools.
In the field of psychology, as in life, there are several ways of saving face. Face is the common notion of pride or social status, the technical notion of being fully qualified to play the social role we are in.
Her timing couldn't be better. Marriage rates are the lowest in a century, according to the National Center for Family and Marriage Research, almost 60 percent lower than in 1970.
Micah Hill is a former Dual Credit student who is now in his second year of college at MCTC.
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