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psychology

Researcher explores physiological links to schizophrenia

Researcher explores physiological links to schizophrenia

Published Dec 1, 2016

Binghamton researcher Gregory P. Strauss' quest to better understand the mental disorder has produced some surprising insights. Read more

Psychology student wins NSF fellowship

Psychology student wins NSF fellowship

Published Jun 20, 2016

Elizabeth “Cope” Feurer hopes to find out whether laboratory methods of studying reactions to stress reflect the way adolescents experience stress in the real world. Read more

NSF fellow studies acute social stress

NSF fellow studies acute social stress

Published Aug 24, 2015

Katherine Frost's research focuses on the brain's reward system. Read more

Undergrad explores link between brain, taste

Undergrad explores link between brain, taste

Published Oct 23, 2014

Binghamton undergrad Sarah E. Park did a stint in a neuroscience laboratory as one of 13 SUNY Brain Summer Scholars. Read more

Student aids in hunt for Parkinson’s treatment

Student aids in hunt for Parkinson’s treatment

Published May 7, 2014

Binghamton undergraduate Joy Hallmark tests compounds that may treat Parkinson's with fewer side effects than current drugs. Read more

New book aims to reach kids

New book aims to reach kids

Published Apr 22, 2014

A new book about the brain, co-authored by Binghamton researcher Terrence Deak, uses science and storytelling to empower children and enlighten adults. Read more

What’s behind the decline in marriage? Pragmatism

What’s behind the decline in marriage? Pragmatism

Published Jun 26, 2013

The simple fact behind the decline of marriage in the U.S. is economic pragmatism, Trevor Butterworth writes in Forbes, citing research done by Binghamton faculty member Matthew Johnson and others. Read more