Dec 3 2018 - 6:45pm

In this fifth edition, Nicole Johnson and Jan Yoder's Women and Gender takes clear aim at its goals for social justice by striving to make a difference in the personal lives and relationships of readers, to make a difference to the scholarship of psychology, and to make a difference through... Read more »

Dec 3 2018 - 5:45pm

African-American children often are reported by parents and teachers to display behaviors of ADHD at a higher rate than children from other racial and ethnic groups. For the first time, researchers have found that African-American mothers in a study rated boys as displaying more frequent ADHD symptoms than Caucasian mothers did, regardless of... Read more »

Nov 15 2018 - 9:00am

According to Himanshu Jain, professor of materials science and engineering, the United States’ approach to graduate education has not changed much since the period after World War II.

Given the rapid pace of technological change and the growing need for a technologically... Read more »

Nov 8 2018 - 10:30am

As an intern at the Institute for Child Development at SUNY Binghamton, Noor Syed sat down with a child diagnosed with autism. Syed said the child was a big kid who scared others because he had a tendency to engage in aggressive behavior. 

Syed, now the clinical director of... Read more »

Nov 6 2018 - 2:15pm

When Sayed Kalimullah Abed was a child in Kabul, Afghanistan, a family in his neighborhood included several children with disabilities. Abed’s typically developing peers told him not to talk to them, he says.

“‘They have been cursed by God because they are not... Read more »