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Three UW-Eau Claire psychology faculty have traveled around the world in the past year to present research and engage in educational conferences from New Zealand to China.
Dr. Jianjun Ji and 2016 psychology graduate Lauren Bollaert completed a study of the health status of over 1000 Chinese elderly individuals and presented their findings at a Denver conference in October.
A new study headed by Dr. April Bleske-Rechek, professor of psychology at UW-Eau Claire, finds that men are more likely to define a female friend as “a member of the opposite sex to whom I am attracted and would pursue given the opportunity.” Women, however, tend to define their opposite-sex friends as simply “a friend of the opposite sex.”
What specific behaviors or psychological features exist or change over time that make some — but not all — of the young adults who self-injure move toward suicidal thoughts or behaviors? That’s the question a UW-Eau Claire associate professor of psychology and a student team hope to answer through a new three-year research project.
Six women who work at Water’s Edge Counseling and Healing Center in Burnsville, Minnesota, come from different backgrounds, but they share a common bond: They're all Blugold alumnae.
This year, the McNair program began to formally recognize the program's most successful and involved mentors with awards to be presented at the annual TRIO Day each year. These new Friend of TRIO awards recognize the many contributions of McNair mentors. The 2016 award recipients are Dr. Jennifer Dahl, associate professor of chemistry, and Dr. Kevin Klatt, professor of psychology.
Forty students from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire attended the National Conference on Undergraduate Research April 7-9 at the University of North Carolina at Asheville.
As a Blugold psychology major and campus volunteer, Summer Underwood is gaining the knowledge and skills necessary for her to pursue a career as a clinical psychologist.
A UW-Eau Claire program trains undergraduate students to develop and deliver evidence-based interventions to school-aged children who need extra help with their reading. Based on outcome data, the program is a success.
With over 35 years of expertise in health care, public health, epidemiology, dentistry and academic scholarship, Dr. Mel Kantor brings a range of experience and knowledge to UW-Eau Claire. He is poised to further strengthen the health science programs.
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