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psychology

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

Study targets risk factors for depression

Study targets risk factors for depression

Published Jan 14, 2013

Binghamton University psychologist Brandon Gibb plans to recruit 1,000 families to participate in a new study aimed at identifying risk factors for childhood depression and anxiety. Read more

The challenges of treating personality disorders

The challenges of treating personality disorders

Published Dec 7, 2012

Binghamton’s Mark Lenzenweger was a guest on National Public Radio’s Talk of the Nation for a discussion about the challenges of treating personality disorders. Read more

Thinking clearly about personality disorders

Thinking clearly about personality disorders

Published Nov 27, 2012

Binghamton researcher Mark F. Lenzenweger and other experts speak to The New York Times about the American Psychiatric Association’s quest for a new diagnostic system for personality disorders. Read more

Why teenagers act weird

Why teenagers act weird

Published Jun 13, 2012

New research shows what really causes your teen’s weird behavior — and what to do about it, Binghamton’s Linda Spear tells Prevention magazine. Read more