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Studies examine different understandings, varieties of diversity
Team Find Brain Mechanism That Automatically Links Objects in Our Minds
Identity-Based Bullying Most Common Among Adolescents with Multiple Marginalized Identities
Majority of psychiatric inpatients are not compliant with COVID-19 infection control measures
Young people share tips for coping with anger
King’s researcher receives NIHR funding to study Long COVID
Please explain: Why do we cry?
Vanderbilt honors James Lawson with new institute
Early signs: Perceptual distortions in late-teens predict psychotic symptoms in mid-life
Scientists develop tool that may help in understanding inaccuracy in eyewitness testimony
Teacher burnout causing exodus from profession, study finds
Older people are worse at learning to self-help, but just as good learning to help others
Screen Australia announces new Board appointment 21 July
New study explores mental wellbeing of paramedics
Vaccine acceptance higher in developing nations than U.S
75% of sexual assault survivors have PTSD one month later
Exercise, mindfulness help children with ADHD
Elite runners spend more time in air, less on ground, than highly trained but nonelite peers
UVA Study Aims to Relieve Huntington’s Patients’ Hidden Symptoms
FSU research associate working as sport psychologist with USA Track & Field team at Tokyo Olympics
FSU research associate working as sport psychologist with USA Track & Field team at Toyko Olympics
Childhood exposure to gun violence increases risk of violent behavior as adults
How science of wellbeing can help build resilience
Cannabis: sexually diverse young people with depression use more
‘Service with smile’ plus tipping leads to sexual harassment for majority of service employes
When money’s tight, parents talk less to kids
Sexually diverse youths with depression use more
Appearance related anxiety – and tool which is helping people post-lockdown
Empirical Findings Show That Interoceptive Accuracy Differs Across Life Stages
Over 80 not ‘over hill’
More bullying of LGBTQ+ students in politically conservative districts
Autism can be detected during toddlerhood using brief questionnaire
Head and heart
Emotion and locomotion crucial from an early age
Concordia psychology grad student is awarded Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship
Emotion, cooperation and locomotion crucial from an early age
Research at ESMT Berlin reveals potential variance in academic research
Teens with more secure family relationships show greater empathy
Taekwondo gold medallist champions athlete wellbeing
Autistic people experience barriers to ‘going green’
World-first finding offers hope for psychosis sufferers
Healing trauma: Research links PTSD, emotion regulation and quality of life
Eli Collins ’22 Hopes to Create More Inclusivity Through Research on Queer Identity
Some stress-management strategies could pose physical health risks during COVID-19
Racial disparities in police officers’ tone of voice can undermine trust
‘Greta Thunberg Effect’ belies challenges for autistic community in going green
Victoria University partners with Barca Innovation Hub
Speaking Spanish could help your heart