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Jan 29 2019 | Stanford Report | Posted In: Faculty, In the News, Students
Ian Gotlib is convinced that by learning to spot predictors of depression as soon as possible, psychologists can one day help prevent the disorder. By Ker Than Ian Gotlib has spent years compiling a growing catalog of clues that could help to identify children who are at increased risk for...
Jan 28 2019 | Stanford Report | Posted In: Faculty, In the News, Students
Stanford psychologists find that a positive mindset can make children less anxious about mild but uncomfortable symptoms that arise during treatment for peanut allergies. By Melissa De Witte
Jan 11 2019 | Stanford Report | Posted In: Faculty, Students
In a small trial, brain scans revealed who was most at risk of relapsing after being treated for addiction to stimulants like amphetamines or cocaine. The finding could identify people who need help staying drug-free. By Nathan Collins Predicting who will remain drug-free and who will relapse...
Jan 1 2019 | Stanford Report | Posted In: In the News, Students
Rachael Nicol, a military service veteran who served in Afghanistan and in Kuwait, joined the Stanford community in September 2018 as a junior and declared psychology as her major. By Kathleen J. Sullivan In Afghanistan, U.S. Army Sgt. Rachael Nicol accompanied Special Forces soldiers on missions...
Dec 14 2018 | Stanford Report | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
Eleanor Maccoby, the first woman to serve as chair of the Stanford Department of Psychology, was recognized for her scholarly contributions to gender studies and child and family psychology. By Kate Chesley Eleanor Maccoby, the Barbara Kimball Browning Professor of Psychology, Emerita, at Stanford...

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