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Posts Tagged: psychology

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Do the Symptoms of PTSD Change for First Year College Students?

Not all research takes place in a lab with chemicals and white coats. Sometimes scientists need to study things as they happen in their natural settin...
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There Are Ways to Successfully Combat Stress in College

With the semester in full swing, homework piling up, and test deadlines nearing closer, it’s perfectly normal for students to feel stressed out....
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The Science Behind Smooching

On Valentine’s Day, people enjoy showering their loved ones with chocolates, flowers, greeting cards and of course, kisses! This simple act of affe...
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Exploring the Psychology of Kissing

Is a kiss really just a kiss? According to science, there’s a lot more to kissing than you might think. Last week, CBS News featured University ...
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Why Do We Yawn? SUNY Oneonta Professor Gives Answers on “The Academic Minute”

Andrew Gallup, Assistant Professor of Psychology at SUNY Oneonta, was featured on WAMC Northeast Public Radio’s “The Academic Minute” earlier th...