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Fathers’ Postnatal Hormone Levels Predict Later Caregiving, Study Shows

Much has been written about what happens to mothers hormonally during pregnancy and after, but what about fathers? In a first-of-its-kind study, University of Notre Dame Assistant...

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Health and Society

On the Opposite Shore

As a fisherman, there comes a time in your life when you will go fishing without the one who taught you how to fish. A time when you can never fish with him again. If you are...

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Art and History

The October Rundown with guest Chris Becker

Establishing Shot is thrilled to again have an amazing guest sitting down with Ted and Ricky to run through what the Browning Cinema is offering this October. That guest would be...

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Sidestepping the Pitfalls of Overconfidence with Plausible Deniability

A fine line exists between confidence and arrogance, and many in positions of power —such as politicians and CEOs — often are labeled arrogant. Although confidence can serve...

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Psychologist Awarded $2.7 Million Grant to Evaluate Interventions to Improve Mental and Physical Health in Maltreated Children

Kristin Valentino is dedicated to understanding how adversity in early childhood — such as chronic poverty or maltreatment — can affect children’s mental and physical health...

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Religion and Philosophy

Reawakening the American Heart

The Center for Social Concerns’ 2018–19 annual theme was “Moving Margins: Living the Option for the Poor,” which examined how God calls us to give priority to the most...

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Science and Technology

Study Uncovers New Hurdle for Developing Immunotherapies

The body’s immune system is a valiant weapon against disease, and harnessing its power through a technique called immunotherapy is at the forefront of current research to treat...

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Business

Capitalizing on Sleep-Wake Cycle Can Drastically Increase Digital AD Profits from Social Media, Study Shows

Firms increasingly are investing their marketing dollars in social media — market research firms predict spending will reach $37 billion by 2020. However, increasing traffic and...

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Global Affairs

Is Winnie the Pooh Banned in China? Internet Censorship and Online Culture

Our media are full of stories about censorship in China. Yet despite strict government regulation, China has a rich and vibrant online culture. This talk shows both sides of the...

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Science and Technology

Fighting to Protect Our Community

As Ed Striedl remembers it, the borough of Keansburg, New Jersey, tried to fortify against Hurricane Sandy. In the days and hours ahead of the storm, evacuation was encouraged....

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Health and Society

The Magic of the Mind: Illusion, Misdirection, and Deception in Our Everyday Lives

On stage, magicians create a fantasy of impossibility that audiences are willing to believe to be real. Using real-world examples and demonstrations, this talk explains why we are...

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NDIGD Selected as Partner on Two Multimillion-Dollar USAID Research-Assistance Consortiums

The Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development (NDIGD), part of the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame, will initially receive approximately $1.75...

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