Category Archives: Dedman College Research

Congratulations to Alicia Meuret, Psychology

Congratulations to Alicia Meuret, the 2015 president of the International Society of Respiratory Psychophysiology (ISARP). Some background information about ISARP is presented below: The origins of the International Symposium on Respiratory Psychophysiology date back to the late 1970s when clinical … Continue reading

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Cal Jillson, Political Science, Rick Perry: Time is not on his side (No it ain’t)

Austin American Statesman Blog Post By: Jonathan Tilove Good morning Austin: The last time Rick Perry ran for president, he got in the race too late, he was just coming off back surgery, and he was not sufficiently prepared. Oops. … Continue reading

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Earthquakes Rattle Texas Town: Is Fracking to Blame?

EcoWatch …Irving sits above dormant fault lines. “Wherever we live, there are faults in the earth, so there is always a risk of earthquakes,” Brian Stump, a Southern Methodist University seismology professor, told Fox News. He is part of a … Continue reading

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SMU Daily Campus article highlights the impact of EHRP travel on the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz

SMU Daily Campus This Tuesday, individuals around the world participated in International Holocaust Remembrance Day and the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland. Around 300 survivors of Auschwitz returned to the concentration camp to share … Continue reading

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Teen girls report less sexual victimization after virtual reality assertiveness training

Medical Xpress Originally Posted: Jan. 21, 2015 Teen girls were less likely to report being sexually victimized after learning to assertively resist unwanted sexual overtures and practicing resistance in a realistic virtual environment, finds a new study. The effects persisted … Continue reading

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Rick Halperin, Embrey Human Rights Program, in NY Times commenting on Rick Perry legacy

New York Times Originally Published: Jan 15, 2015 AUSTIN, Tex. — Gov. Rick Perry leaves office here next week not so much as a man but as the face of an era — a 14-year reign in which he became … Continue reading

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Ezra Greenspan, English professor, nominated for a National Book Critics Circle award

Dallas Morning News Arts Blog Originally Posted: Jan. 20, 2015 Ezra Greenspan, a professor at Southern Methodist University, has been nominated for a National Book Critics Circle award in biography for William Wells Brown: An African American Life. He’ll be … Continue reading

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USGS Could Increase North Texas Earthquake Risk Level

The Weather Channel Originally Posted: Jan. 21 2015 North Texas is in the clutch of a surprising cluster of earthquakes, leaving many searching for a root cause. In 2008, the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex suffered its first earthquakes in recorded history, … Continue reading

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John Goodwin Tower Center for Political Studies will host Jesus Velasco on Wednesday

Dallas Morning News SMU’s John Goodwin Tower Center for Political Studies will host Jesus Velasco on Wednesday for a seminar titled “The Other Immigrants: Mexican Brain Drain to the USA.” Velasco is an associate professor and the Joe and Teresa … Continue reading

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Engaged Learning Week- Jan. 26-30

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