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Movie Technology Aids Childhood Research

Using the digital motion-capture technology that made the fabulous worlds of the films Avatar and Tron Legacy possible, Tulane psychologists are analyzing the early development of coordination skills in babies. Read More »

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Short-term Estrogen Treatments Improve Memory

Short-term estrogen therapy during menopause may have a lasting effect on memory, according to research performed by a Tulane psychologist and neuroscientist. Read More »

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First-Class Teachers

“The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery,” wrote Ralph Waldo Emerson. This year’s four outstanding Tulane teachers have proven that art in the classroom. Read More »

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Spiders: What's the Fear Factor?

Do humans have an inborn fear of spiders? Terry Christenson, an expert on evolution of behavior in spiders, believes it’s a culturally acquired phobia. Read More »

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Remembering Dr. Gerall

Professor Arnold A. Gerall, a member of Tulane’s Department of Psychology from 1961 to 1997, passed away on December 11, 2014.
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New 4+1 Program in Behavioral Health

Psychology will roll out our new MS program in Behavioral Health beginning in the Fall of 2014.
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In the News

Dr. Michael Cunningham comments on teaching about slavery in school.
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