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Tag Archives: Department of Psychology

For thousands of years, philosophers and researchers have been asking the same question: How does a powerful and complex human […]

The beginning of November brings; Two UT physics students win SCGSR awards; Nuclear engineering professor becomes the first from UT […]

The end of September brings; UT students win ASLA Student Honor Award; the UT Institute of Agriculture welcomes a new […]

High school students experience conflicting stressors on a daily basis, balancing school, work and social life along with sports or […]

Intersectionality, a term introduced more than 30 years ago, describes how social categorizations such as race, class, gender, and other […]

Why do we do what we do as human beings? Social scientists across a broad field of disciplines pose this […]

World Acrobatic Society Recognizes UT Professor’s Achievements Jay Whelan, head of UT’s Department of Nutrition, has been recognized with the […]