Tag: Psychology

Finding Resolution: Rutgers Researcher Offers Tips for a Healthy New Year

Finding Resolution: Rutgers Researcher Offers Tips for a Healthy New Year

  By Tom McLaughlin Like clockwork, as the New Year arrives, people will once again take stock of their lives and vow to make healthier choices in the year ahead. With holiday indulgences in the rearview mirror, we will make plans to lose weight, exercise more, drink less, stop smoking, spend more time with our […]

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Keeping Track: Psychology Grad Puts Research Plans Into Action

Keeping Track: Psychology Grad Puts Research Plans Into Action

By Tom McLaughlin Kaci Mial has a purpose. With just the right guidance, recalls the 2015 Rutgers University–Camden graduate, she knew that she could put her plan into action. So the Pemberton native sought a scholar and educator who shared her specialized research interests and found the perfect match in Courtenay Cavanaugh, an assistant professor […]

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Doing Justice: Graduating Psychology Major Puts Her Beliefs Into Action

Doing Justice: Graduating Psychology Major Puts Her Beliefs Into Action

Alexis Wilson, a graduating senior psychology major at Rutgers–Camden, takes a stand for social justice.

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Research Study Maps Availability of Female Condom in Philadelphia Area

Research Study Maps Availability of Female Condom in Philadelphia Area

A Rutgers study assessed the availability of the female condom in the Philadelphia metropolitan area.

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A Family Recipe: Researcher Digs Into Uniqueness of Thanksgiving Meal

A Family Recipe: Researcher Digs Into Uniqueness of Thanksgiving Meal

By Tom McLaughlin While many holidays are associated with certain foods – think Feast of the Seven Fishes for Italians on Christmas Eve or corned beef and cabbage on St. Patrick’s Day – more than any other holiday, Thanksgiving is centered, both literally and figuratively, around the meal itself. “Thanksgiving can be said to be […]

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