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Posts Tagged ‘Psychology’
Posted on August 3rd, 2015 by Chris Bryant
Posted on October 14th, 2013 by Chris Bryant
Two education professors at The University of Alabama hope low-current brain stimulation can be an answer for students who struggle to learn, recall or retain information.
Posted on February 11th, 2013 by Chris Bryant
The University of Alabama will soon become the third university in the country, researchers say, to have a social work virtual reality lab.
Posted on May 4th, 2012 by Chris Bryant
Researchers are helping patients tap into the healing power of the mind to give hope to persons with pain.
Posted on April 25th, 2011 by Chris Bryant
Simple requests can sometimes be worthy of spontaneous celebration at The University of Alabama’s Brewer Porch Children’s Center.
Posted on January 21st, 2010 by Chris Bryant
A University of Alabama physician co-chairs an effort to write national guidelines for treating ADHD on college campuses.
Posted on November 15th, 2008 by Matthew Muro
Bernice Washington has her finger on the pulse of her community. By working at a mental health center, learning about ways to treat alcoholism and becoming involved in the reformation of a neighborhood, Washington, a lifelong Tuscaloosan, got to know about the needs of her community.
Posted on December 9th, 2004 by Matthew Muro
Court authorities often struggle to balance protecting society with appropriate treatment for youth who commit crimes. A University of Alabama professor recently authored a psychological test that measures key juvenile concepts and assists professionals in achieving that balance.
Posted on November 11th, 2004 by Matthew Muro
People with autism can be highly intelligent, but the way their brains work when they learn may be distinctly different from those without the disorder.
Posted on October 5th, 2004 by Matthew Muro
Few things leave people feeling as helpless and stressed as caring for a seriously ill family member.