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The Power of Stories in Helping Disadvantaged Students Stay in College

David Yeager. Photo via Charlie Pearce / The Daily Texan. Research shows that 30 percent of college students drop out after their first year, and half never graduate....

 
 

UT Researchers: Running May Help Treat PTSD

The physical benefits of exercise, particularly running, have long been established. But researchers have begun to expand the understanding of mental benefits...

 
 

The Supernatural Meets The Scientific

If you thought ghosts and witches were things of childhood, think again. A new study led by assistant professor of psychology Cristine Legare shows that not...

 
 

Psych Out

Frank Richardson didn’t enter the field of psychology bent on being a radical. As a young professor in the 1970s, he practiced and taught behavior therapy,...

 
 

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Top Army General Says Brain Injury Blood Test to be “Huge”

It happens all the time on the football field: A linebacker takes a hard hit to his head, shakes it off, and plays the rest of the game. He may have a concussion,...

 
 

Economist Hamermesh Goes on The Daily Show [Watch]

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Couples Benefit From Stress Early in Marriage, UT Researcher Finds

Newlyweds, take note: There just might be a silver lining in the next stressor coming your way. UT researcher Lisa Neff has found that couples who face stressful...

 
 

Speaking up for Arab Americans

Germine Awad was a psychology graduate student in Illinois on Sept. 11, 2001. As people flocked to TV sets blaring footage of burning buildings, a professor approached...

 
 
 
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