Research Spotlights September 2019

Research Spotlights September 2019

Making long-term memories requires teamwork; Double the benefit: Treating posttraumatic stress disorder leads a decrease in the incidence of type 2 diabetes in veterans; Your networks influence your social perceptions ...

Research Spotlights August 2019

Research Spotlights August 2019

Seeing is feeling - How Artificial Intelligence is helping us understand emotions; Why give up now? Scientists gain new insights into motivation and reward seeking; Stress during pregnancy is linked with long-term effect ...

Research Spotlights July 2019

Research Spotlights July 2019

More years of education may reduce your risk of heart disease - A natural experiment; Assessing sleep to predict Alzheimer’s disease; "Nudges" to change palliative care ...

Research Spotlights June 2019

Research Spotlights June 2019

Youth suicide rates in the U.S. increasing, especially in younger girls; What has happened to the “golden rule”? Shifting moral rules and insights into social decision-making; Researchers make strides in treating depress ...

Research Spotlights May 2019

Research Spotlights May 2019

Americans continue to be sedentary despite public health warnings; Scientists identify early visual attention deficits in infants at risk for autism spectrum disorder; Scientists translate brain signals into speech ...

Research Spotlights April 2019

Research Spotlights April 2019

Social isolation-associations with physical activity and sedentary behavior; Predicting the health risks of adverse childhood experiences; it’s complicated; Can genetics determine your cigarette preference? African Ame ...

Research Spotlights March 2019

Research Spotlights March 2019

Physiological indicators for personalized medicine: Toward optimal behavioral interventions for at-risk children To be or not to be virtuous; is it in our genes? Emotional control may be key to managing type 1 diabetes ...

Research Spotlights February 2019

Research Spotlights February 2019

Interactive online HIV-prevention program reduces STIs in young men who have sex with men; Brain Reactivity to Facial Expressions May Explain Why Some Disadvantaged Young Adults Experience Different Socioeconomic Outcome ...

Research Spotlights January 2019

Research Spotlights January 2019

Brain connectivity is linked to better health outcomes in youth living in violent neighborhoods; More young people are using marijuana before cigarettes and alcohol; Computer detected postural changes in children with au ...

Research Spotlights December 2018

Research Spotlights December 2018

A framework for predicting and quantifying stereotypes; Happy childhood memories related to better health in later years; Telephone support helps maintain reduced sugary beverage intake ...

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