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Task functional MRI measurements – good for understanding the average human brain but may not be reliable for predicting individual-differences
Children from disadvantaged neighborhoods have altered regulation of genes related to chronic inflammation, tobacco smoke, air pollution and lung cancer, as adults
A healthier lifestyle may lead to a 60% lower risk of Alzheimer’s dementia

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Research Spotlights June 2019
Research Spotlights June 11, 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 depression in Parkinson’s Disease

Research Spotlights April 2019
Research Spotlights April 4, 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 Americans and menthol cigarette use

Research Spotlights March 2019
Research Spotlights March 7, 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 in adolescents Physiological indicators for personalized medicine: Toward opti ...

Research Spotlights February 2019
Research Spotlights February 4, 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 Outcomes Despite Similar Resources; Group Therapies: Efficacious and Cost-Effective Int ...

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