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Social distancing highlights the importance of telehealth and parent-coaching models for children with autism

Social distancing highlights the importance of telehealth and parent-coaching models for children with autism

April 6, 2020 - Caroline Kraft

Social distancing highlights the importance of telehealth and parent-coaching models  for children with autism.

Maintaining Healthy Relationships During the COVID-19 Crisis

Maintaining Healthy Relationships During the COVID-19 Crisis

March 19, 2020 - Liz Schondelmayer; Bill Chopik

Dr. Bill Chopik offers guidance on maintaining relationships with our loved ones and taking care of ourselves while social distancing.

Dr. Rebecca Campbell wins the 2020 MSU Inspirational Woman of the Year Award

Dr. Rebecca Campbell wins the 2020 MSU Inspirational Woman of the Year Award

February 8, 2020 - MSU GenCen

Dr. Rebecca Campbell won the 2020 MSU Inspirational Woman of the Year Award

Does political polarization make Congress more efficient?

Does political polarization make Congress more efficient?

January 30, 2020 - Caroline Brooks

Political polarization might make Congress more productive.

Dr. Miller's Research Helps to Connect youth with HIV to Proper Medical Care

Dr. Miller's Research Helps to Connect youth with HIV to Proper Medical Care

January 17, 2020 - Liz Schondelmayer

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, only around one-half of HIV-positive individuals aged 12-24 actually know their status. Of those who do, almost 40% are not able to receive care within the first month of receiving their diagnosis. However, thanks to Michigan State University psychology professor Dr. Robin Lin Miller (pictured left) and an interdisciplinary team of experts, that is going to change. 

Can just 20 minutes of meditation increase error recognition?

Can just 20 minutes of meditation increase error recognition?

November 11, 2019 - Caroline Brooks, Jason Moser, Jeff Lin

Jeff Lin, Jason Moser, and colleagues examined the effects of meditation on error recognition using EEG.

Faculty Voice: Defining a Problem

Faculty Voice: Defining a Problem

October 16, 2019 - Rebecca Campbell, MSU Today

Rebecca Campbell discusses the current status of untested rape kits and the implications of the results of those kits for both the victims and society at large, including ethical and privacy concerns related to DNA testing.

Studying the Impacts of Autonomous Vehicles on the Workforce

Studying the Impacts of Autonomous Vehicles on the Workforce

September 18, 2019 - Melissa Priebe, Kristen Parker, Shelia Cotten

Organizational psychologists Daisy Chang and Kevin Ford are part of a research team for a $2.49 million dollar grant from the National Science Foundation studying the impacts of autonomous vehicles on the future work force.

Victims of Domestic Violence Often Stuck with Financial Debt

Victims of Domestic Violence Often Stuck with Financial Debt

September 10, 2019 - Caroline Brooks, Adrienne Adams

In this study by Adams, Littwin, and Javorka, 70% of domestic violence survivors said their partners hid financial information from them and these individuals were 3.6 times more likely to experience coerced debt

Dr. Alexa Veenema Won the 2019 Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year Award

Dr. Alexa Veenema Won the 2019 Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year Award

May 29, 2019 - Caroline Kraft

Dr. Veenema discusses working with undergraduates and conducting research in her lab.

Mike Morrison's Better Poster Design is Viral

Mike Morrison's Better Poster Design is Viral

May 16, 2019 - Caroline Kraft

Organizational psychology graduate student, Mike Morrison, created a poster design that is changing the way academics present their work.

Graduate Students Kristen J. Mills and Rachael Goodman-Williams won the Caldwell Land-Grant Values Award

Graduate Students Kristen J. Mills and Rachael Goodman-Williams won the Caldwell Land-Grant Values Award

May 14, 2019 - Caroline Kraft

Graduate students, Kristen J. Mills and Rachael Goodman-Williams, are award recipients.

College of Social Science Awards 3 Faculty Members

College of Social Science Awards 3 Faculty Members

April 26, 2019 - Caroline Kraft

Steve Kozlowski, Kaston Anderson-Carpenter, and Bill Chopik received awards from the College of Social Science.

Dr. Kaston Anderson-Carpenter wins the 2019 College of Social Science Outstanding Teacher Award

April 4, 2019 - Caroline Kraft

This year's Outstanding Teacher shares some insights on teaching.

Dr. Kelly Klump Addresses Myths about Eating Disorders

Dr. Kelly Klump Addresses Myths about Eating Disorders

February 27, 2019 - Caroline Kraft

During National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, Dr. Kelly Klump dispels myths about eating disorders.