Three students in psychological and brain sciences in Arts & Sciences were honored for their research.
Research from the lab of Renee J. Thompson in Arts & Sciences investigates how we reach out to others to help regulate our emotions.
COVID-19 brought masks and with them, a host of questions about how they affect our day-to-day communications, including how well people wearing masks are understood.
Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine are joining scientists around the country to conduct a study aimed at understanding how prenatal factors and early life experiences influence brain development and behavior in young children.
Research from the lab of Renee J. Thompson in Arts & Sciences shows social media use associated with mixed outcomes when it comes to well-being during the pandemic.
Research from the lab of Deanna Barch shows that youth who indicate they have persistent, distressing psychotic-like episodes show impairment in a variety of areas.
Research from Tim Bono, lecturer in psychological and brain sciences in Arts & Sciences, finds that students who get a good night’s sleep night in and night out earn higher marks and have greater well-being.
Calvin Lai in Arts & Sciences received a nearly $350,000 grant, part of $33 million allotted by the Department of Justice to improve community policing.
New research from Washington University suggests that psychotic-like experiences in children may predict risk for mental illness.
Henry “Roddy” Roediger and James Wertsch, both in Arts & Sciences, will use a grant from the James S. McDonnell Foundation to encourage the interdisciplinary study of collective memory.