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Study: Moral Outrage Is Attractive Among Long-Term Relationship Seekers
Research by Mitch Brown and colleagues finds that people who display, and act on, moral outrage are seen as more benevolent and trustworthy, traits that are advantageous to long-term relationships.
Teaching Academy Inducts New Fellows
The Teaching Academy inducted eight new Fellows: Denise Beike, Andrew Braham, Todd Cleveland, Amy Farmer, Deborah Korth, Jacquelyn Wiersma-Mosley, Scott Osborn, and Samantha Robinson.
Do You Smoke Cigarettes? Earn up to $120 Gift Card
If you are over the age of 21 and you smoke, you may be eligible to participate in a study that examines smoking behavior in daily life.
Study Suggests Link Between DNA and Marriage Satisfaction in Newlyweds
Variation in a specific gene could be related to traits that are beneficial to bonding and relationship satisfaction in the first years of a marriage.
Have You Used CBD in the Past 30 Days for Anxiety?
Researchers at the University of Arkansas are currently running a research study about CBD and mental health. If you are using CBD for anxiety, you may be eligible to participate.
Participants Age 18-50 Can Make $25 for Participating in EEG Study on Creativity
The MoCA lab is seeking participants for a study that uses machine learning to classify different brain states related to creative thinking.
Participate in a Study About Anxiety and Personality, and Earn $20
If you are not currently taking anti-anxiety medication and do not have a serious medical condition (e.g., asthma), you may be eligible to participate.
Psychological Science Department Is Recruiting Three Undergraduates for Diversity Committee
Undergraduate representatives should have a willingness to share ideas and experiences with other committee members and be prepared to advance diversity and inclusion-related initiatives. Apply by March 1.
If you are not currently taking anti-anxiety medication and do not have a serious medical condition (e.g., asthma), you may be eligible to participate. If eligible, you could earn up to $20.
Yan Huang to Speak on the Infant-Directed Vocal Communication in a Sheep Model
Yan Huang, an assistant professor of animal science will speak on "The Infant-Directed Vocal Communication in a Sheep Model" during a seminar at noon CST on Thursday, Feb. 11, via Zoom.