Denise Head, professor of psychological and brain sciences, and Jeffrey Zacks, associate chair and professor of psychological and brain sciences, both in Arts & Sciences, won a five-year $2.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for work on aging and development.
Research from the lab of Patrick Hill in psychological and brain sciences in Arts & Sciences shows a link in older adults between social interactions and having a sense of purpose.
The Organization for Human Brain Mapping has awarded its Glass Brain Award to Deanna Barch, of Arts & Sciences and the School of Medicine, in recognition of her influential work on the function of the human brain.
New analysis of the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Study by Ryan Bogdan’s lab in Arts & Sciences finds no link to depression in children with prenatal exposure to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI) drugs.
New research from the lab of psychologist Calvin Lai in Arts & Sciences shows that the racial demographics of a county, more than other factors, help predict discrepancies when it comes to who gets pulled over by police.
The Society for Research in Psychopathology has awarded its Joseph Zubin Lifetime Achievement Award to WashU’s Deanna Barch in recognition of her lifetime contributions to the understanding of the field.
WashU’s Deana Barch will use a $753,181 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to better understand healthy neurodevelopment.
Kristin Van Engen in Arts & Sciences received a grant from the National Science Foundation to research and better understand communication when accents are involved.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) awarded funding to Tammy English and Renee Thompson in Arts & Sciences for research to better understand emotion and aging.
Analyzing data from thousands of young people, Joshua Jackson in Arts & Sciences finds the juvenile justice system is not rehabilitating kids.