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Arts and Humanities

25-Jul-2019


Hooray for Hollywood!

California's entertainment industry is booming, and the CSU Entertainment Alliance is helping students prepare for some of the most coveted jobs in the business.

– California State University (CSU) Chancellor's Office

Social and Behavioral Sciences

26-Jul-2019


Burnout symptoms associated with racial bias in medical residents

Mayo Clinic researchers have found an association between increased symptoms of burnout and heightened racial bias in medical residents. The study appears in JAMA Network Open. "When physicians aren't operating in an optimal mental and emotional s...

– Mayo Clinic

JAMA Network Open

Embargo expired on 26-Jul-2019 at 11:00 ET


Relación de síntomas de desgaste profesional y prejuicio racial entre médicos residentes

Los investigadores de Mayo Clinic descubrieron una relación entre más síntomas de desgaste profesional y mayor prejuicio racial en los médicos residentes. El estudio consta en Open de la red de JAMA.

– Mayo Clinic

25-Jul-2019


Anxiety after 2018 false missile alert in Hawaii lingered for days, UCI researchers find

Irvine, Calif., July 25, 2019 —Researchers at the University of California, Irvine have found that for many people, the fear and anxiety experienced during the 2018 false ballistic missile alert in Hawaii lingered for days after assurances that the...

– University of California, Irvine

American Psychologist, July-2019


Decades after a good-behavior program in grade school, adults report healthier, more successful lives

University of Washington researchers have found that that "good life" in adulthood can start in grade school, by teaching parents and teachers to build stronger bonds with their children, and to help children form greater attachments to family and sc...

– University of Washington

Prevention Science


Dishonest acts hurt one’s ability to read others’ emotions

Dishonest deeds diminish a person’s ability to read others’ emotions, or “interpersonal cognition,” new research found. And here’s one of the other key findings: The consequences snowball. One dishonest act can set in motion even more disho...

– Washington University in St. Louis

Journal of Experimental Psychology: General


'Trash talk' really can put players off their game

The 1986 NBA All-Star game in Dallas had the first three-point shooting contest, when eight all-stars were selected for the competition. Larry Bird of the Boston Celtics

– University of Connecticut

Education

25-Jul-2019


First-of-its-kind graduate course at Penn State tackles legal issues in additive manufacturing

Through a newly introduced course at Penn State, AMD 597 Legal Issues in Additive Manufacturing, students will be prepared to navigate the legal issues arising in additive manufacturing, emboldening them to become both technical experts and emerging ...

– Penn State College of Engineering

Law and Public Policy

26-Jul-2019


When considering presidential candidates, age is just a number

A new white paper shows there is no such thing as being too old to be president.

– University of Illinois at Chicago

American Federation for Aging Research

25-Jul-2019


NAFTA’s demise puts Canada in the ‘penalty box,’ study shows

A new study from the University of Notre Dame shows that the elimination of the North American Free Trade Agreement would economically hurt Canada, Mexico and the U.S., but with a surprising twist — Canada would suffer the most.

– University of Notre Dame

Scott L. Baier & Jeffrey H. Bergstrand & John P. Bruno, 2019 (IDEAS)

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Psychologists Helping Communities Address Gun Violence

Special session at APA's Annual Convention focuses on how psychology can have an impact on one of society's biggest problems

– American Psychological Association (APA)

LifeWire Higher Education Events


Zimmerli Art Museum Hosts 17th Annual Summer Art Camp Series for Children

Rutgers–New Brunswick’s Zimmerli Art Museum is hosting its 17th annual Summer Art Camp series for children ages 7 to 14

– Rutgers University-New Brunswick

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