Tag Archives: Psychology

The Independent: The key to marital bliss? Use your gut instinct

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Washington Post: Psychology study — Wedded bliss and gut feelings sometimes conflict

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New York Daily News: Newlyweds’ gut feelings on their marriage are correct — study

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Dr. Meuret selected as Beck Institute Scholar

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Grant awarded to Dr. Baldwin

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Chair receives Outstanding Faculty Partner Award

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Faculty members’ research featured in APA Monitor

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Two faculty members receive awards

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Unraveling Risk for Binge Eating: Intersection of Psychological and Biological Influences

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Gut reaction of marital partners could foretell their marriage satisfaction

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