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Apr 15 2020 | APS Association for Psychological Science | Posted In: Awards, Faculty
At Carol Dweck’s New York City elementary school, her class was seated in order of IQ. The experience launched a lifetime of scientific discovery—a quest to understand the implicit assumptions embedded in our culture, practices, and selves that constrain human development and growth. In her work,...
Apr 15 2020 | APS Association for Psychological Science | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
Recognizing transformative early-career contributions to psychological science. Award recipients are APS Members who are among our most creative and promising investigators.  The APS Janet Taylor Spence Award recognizes transformative early-career contributions to psychological science. Award...
Apr 14 2020 | Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
BY KER THAN Until recently, nobody had heard of SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19, and certainly no Stanford labs were studying it. But, in just a few short weeks, researchers in disciplines ranging from biology and medicine to engineering and economics have marshaled their resources...
Apr 2 2020 | Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
Pairing brain scans with virtual-navigation tasks, researchers found that people make less efficient and effective plans when stressed. BY TAYLOR KUBOTA New research from Stanford University has found that stress can hinder our ability to develop informed plans by preventing us from being able to...
Mar 26 2020 | AAAS | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
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