Introverts and extroverts at Washington University have experienced the pandemic differently, due to fewer opportunities for environmental stimulation
With progressively inclement weather and new mutations of COVID-19, opportunities for Washington University students to safely socialize are becoming increasingly limited.
Sophomore Karisa Grandison is taking classes from home this fall, but that hasn’t stopped her from working on her game.
There is a striking disconnect between how the term “empathy” is used in popular culture and the scientific, psychological construct of empathy, Washington University Associate Professor of Psychological & Brain Science Alan Lambert says.
The Psychology Department at Washington University, in an attempt to better reflect the work done by both students and faculty within the department, has changed its official name to the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences.
I never passed the reading proficiency tests in elementary school. It wasn’t because I didn’t understand the passage, but because I couldn’t read it fast enough.
Students, faculty and community members crowded into a standing-room-only Anheuser-Busch Hall on Tuesday evening to listen to Eric Kandel, a neuropsychiatrist and Nobel Prize Winner, lecture about 1900s Modernist Vienna art and the neurobiological science of the mind.
The average person will blink two to three times while reading this sentence and about 15 to 20 times in a minute. A new study conducted by researchers at Osaka University in Japan suggests that involuntary blinking affects perception and memory in ways previously unconsidered.
Fictitious male model Derek Zoolander once said, “There’s a lot more to life than being really, really, ridiculously good-looking.” He may want to think again.
“Youth is the gift of nature, but age is a work of art.” This saying takes on new meaning through Kemper Art Reaches Everyone (KARE), the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum’s new program that reaches out to early-to-moderate onset Alzheimer’s patients and their care partners.
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