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Having Coffee with Clark Power

Clark Power will tell you that, when you talk youth sports in America, there are two stories that need to be heard. One has gotten lots of attention lately; the other goes largely...

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The Forest and the Trees

Notre Dame research provides complementary angles on childhood adversity Steven King, 7, builds a tower with Lego blocks at Notre Dame’s William J. Shaw Center for Children and...

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A Remedy for Battered Hearts

How do you represent resilience? Is it Rosie the Riveter, her bicep flexed? Is it a diamond, one of the hardest substances on Earth? Or does resilience resemble hope, which Emily...

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The Lost Virtue

Ask people, “Who or what comes to mind when you hear the phrase ‘greatness of soul’?” and you will encounter blank looks and a confusing ragbag of replies. I know. I’ve...

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Playing for Keeps

It was a brutal game, one of those disheartening affairs when one team is clearly outgunned and overmatched. The other team’s pitcher was throwing bullets. Their batters were...

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Memory As We Grow Older

In this seminar from Reunion 2019, Professor Joshua Koen discusses recent research on memory and aging, and shares tips on what does (and doesn’t) aid memory later in life.

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Magic of the Mind

In this seminar from Reunion 2019, James Brockmole ‘99, Professor of Psychology, Joseph and Elizabeth Robbie Collegiate Chair, and Associate Dean for the Social Sciences, uses...

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Breastfeeding & IPV, Rome Global Gateway

A Notre Dame psychologist explains how breastfeeding can mitigate the impacts of intimate partner violence, or IPV. And, we return to the Eternal City, for a look at the layered...

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Pathways

A Notre Dame researcher discusses the relationship between the built environment and our habits, especially our eating habits. And, as hundreds seek a path to asylum in Italy...

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Small Changes to Cafeteria Design Can Get Kids to Eat Healthier, New Assessment Tool Finds

While a growing body of research suggests that small changes to a school environment can help reduce childhood obesity and improve nutrition, 80 percent of school-aged children...

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Avoiding Overconfidence Penalties and Planning Buildings

New research on confidence says nonverbal cues can help people avoid the social penalties of overconfidence. And, a collaboration between Notre Dame’s School of Architecture and...

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Researcher to Improve Assessment Testing for High School Students

Ying Alison Cheng, associate professor of psychology and fellow of the Institute for Educational Initiatives (IEI) at the University of Notre Dame, will lead a $1.4 million...

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