Research Highlights

Nostalgia May Have Harmful Impact on Those With Negative Past, Says Rutgers–Camden Study

Nostalgia May Have Harmful Impact on Those With Negative Past, Says Rutgers–Camden Study

A New Rutgers–Camden study shows that nostalgia – previously shown to be positive – does not have the same psychological benefits for those with a negative past.

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Expert Offers Tips to Help Teens Deal with Social Media-Related Stress This Holiday Season

Expert Offers Tips to Help Teens Deal with Social Media-Related Stress This Holiday Season

Psychology expert Charlotte Markey explains that teens could experience greater social media-related anxiety during holidays; offers tips to help them deal with these issues

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Reintegration Barriers Lead to Poorer Physical and Mental Health for Formerly Incarcerated, says Research Study

Reintegration Barriers Lead to Poorer Physical and Mental Health for Formerly Incarcerated, says Research Study

Formerly incarcerated individuals with barriers to re-entry and service needs following their release are subsequently more likely to experience poor physical and mental health, according to an eye-opening new Rutgers University–Camden study.

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Active-Shooter Drills in Schools May Do More Harm Than Good, Says Rutgers–Camden Nursing Scholar

Active-Shooter Drills in Schools May Do More Harm Than Good, Says Rutgers–Camden Nursing Scholar

Robin Cogan urges school and law enforcement officials alike to include school nurses in their plans to prepare for violent situations.

Rutgers–Camden Researcher Finds Opportunity for Ancient Mongolian Herb to Treat Depression

Rutgers–Camden Researcher Finds Opportunity for Ancient Mongolian Herb to Treat Depression

An herb used by Mongolian ruler Genghis Khan to promote bravery and stamina in his soldiers may be beneficial in treating depression.

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