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Cross-Cultural Examinations of Children’s Perceptions of Racially Ambiguous Asian/White Faces
Race is a salient social category that influences how people interact, but this becomes more complex for individuals of mixed race heritage are viewed because they belong to multiple racial in-groups and often appear racially ...
Optogenetic Stimulation of the Pedunculopontine Nucleus GABAergic and Glutamatergic Neurons with 3D Motion Tracking in Open Field Task
Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disease that affects millions of people around the world. Methods to alleviate the advanced symptoms of PD and improve the patient’s quality of life are burgeoning areas of ...
Conditioned food aversion: A strategy to study disordered eating?
Multiple eating disorders show dramatic onsets during childhood or adolescence, and involve conditioned avoidance to previously accepted foods. Anorexia Nervosa (AN) has the highest fatality rate of any psychiatric disorder. ...
Cumulative Early Childhood Adversity and Later Antisocial Behavior: The Potential Mediating Role of Neurocognitive Functioning
Unfortunately, early childhood adversity is extremely common in the United States. Twenty-six percent of children will have experienced a traumatic event by the age of 4. It is clear from previous research in the field that ...
Comfort Zone Orientation: Moving Beyond One’s Comfort Zone
Although people often talk about behaviors or experiences being “out of their comfort zone,” no research has examined the relationship between people’s comfort zones and how they react to situations that fall outside them. ...
Effects of exercise type, volume and intensity on depression in an active population
This study examined the impact of exercise type (e.g., endurance or strength training), volume and intensity on levels of depression symptomology in order to determine which of these moderators improves outcome the most. ...