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- Awards & Honors (Spring 2007)
Steven Beach, Jennifer Monahan and Pamela Orpinas win UGA Creative Research awards.
- Media Shelf (Spring 2007)
“Bullying Prevention” is featured in the Books and Video sections.
- Big BIRC On Campus (Spring 2007)
UGA’s Bioimaging Research Center seeks to illuminate the workings of human (and animal) mind and matter.
- Awards & Honors (Winter 2007)
Brian Glaser and Edward Delgado-Romero are named Fellows of the American Psychological Association.
- Depression and Marital Strife (Fall 2006)
Psychology professor Steven Beach studies the effects of depression on marriage.
- Improving Global Understanding One Bias at a Time (Fall 2006)
When he teaches, Alan Godlas, director of UGA's Virtual Center of Interdisciplinary Studies of the Islamic World, asks that his students first put aside their own biases.
- Mentoring Relationships: All too Human
Mentor-protege relationships can be just as abusive and damaging as dysfunctional relationships among families and friends.
- More Than Just a Paper Doll
Developing and maintaining classic 'good looks' may in fact be the easiest aspect of a model's career.
- The William A. Owens Award (Fall/Winter 2005)
Celeste Condit, Distinguished Research Professor of Speech Communications, analyzes the effectiveness of different means of communicating genetic research to the public.
- Decisions Delusions and Debacles (Summer 2005)
Overconfidence can lead to bad decisions and big losses.
- Memories Torment War Refugees (Spring 2004)
Anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder make it even harder for war refugees to get on with their lives.
- Stoned Rats Space Out (Spring 2004)
Rats lose their perception of time when given a synthetic form of marijuana's active ingredient.
- Gaining Legal Ground (Summer 2001)
UGA law professors consider the legal and ethical issues of dementia in the elderly.
- Warfare Online (Summer 1999)
UGA psychology professor is developing a decision-making simulator to train flight crews for the military's premier surveillance aircraft.
and Blue (Spring 1998)
New findings show that psychological abuse is widespread and can hurt just as
much as physical abuse. Abuse also plagues the dating scene as much as it tears
at the marriage bond.
- Memory, Medication and Mistakes (Summer 1994)
Forget to take your medicine? You're not alone, according to studies on memory, medications and the elderly.
- Born to
be Wild (Spring 1992)
Are children born to be wild or compliant or rebelious? Roy Martin, a UGA professor
of educational psychology, and Matti Huttunen investigate children's behaviour
and whether it may be predisposed
from an early age.
Is (Spring 1992)
It's connected more to feelings than to the attainment of goals.
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