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Oct 28 2019 | American Psychological Association | Posted In: In the News, Students
Cameras are playing a greater and greater role in law enforcement, whether that means cameras placed on dashboards in police cruisers or cameras that officers wear as part of their uniforms. But how effective are cameras in police encounters? What do they tell us about police-citizen interactions...
Oct 24 2019 | The Stanford Daily | Posted In: Faculty, In the News, Students
by Vedika Kanchan As children transition from adolescence to adulthood, their brains can grow electrical insulation that supports reading and facial recognition, according to research from the Stanford Psychology Department.
Oct 24 2019 | Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
The Bass University Fellows in Undergraduate Education Program recognizes faculty members for their extraordinary contributions to undergraduate education. BY KATHLEEN J. SULLIVAN Ten faculty members have been named or reappointed Bass University Fellows for 2019-20 in recognition of their...
Oct 15 2019 | Stanford News | Posted In: In the News, Students
To bring neuroscience down to earth, two Stanford graduate students decided to teach it through rock climbing. BY NATHAN COLLINS One by one, the students inched toward the edge, steeled themselves for what they were about to do, then stepped into empty space. As a rope caught them and they swung...
Oct 9 2019 | U.S. News | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
BY ALAN MOZES, HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Oct. 9, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- How do you make healthy food more popular? Start by giving it a yummy-sounding name, researchers say. People are much more likely to choose good-for-you foods like broccoli or carrots if labeled with names that...

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