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Video: The Primal Power of Play
Play and depression may be opposite sides of a coin, says Dr. Jaak Panksepp, a neuroscientist and the Baily Endowed Chair of Animal Well-Being at Washington State University
Categories: Psychology, Biological sciences
Tags: Neuroscience, Video, Children, Child development
Video: Smart Apartment Research
Research lab works to ease life for elderly, others On-going research at Washington State University is exploring how homes can be built or retrofitted to make living a little bit easier. With the work of AI Lab Manager James Kusznir, doctoral stud...
Categories: Engineering, Psychology
Tags: Alzheimer's Disease, Age, Dementia, Memory, Smart homes, Smart apartment, Video
Five ways to focus your attention
If attention were a coin, it would be slipping through our fingers countless times a day. Here are a few simple tips to help you keep a grip. Do one thing at a time. Such advice is easy to ignore when you just want to check your phone while so...
Categories: Communication, Psychology
Tags: Self-improvement, Attention
Sensation seeking scale
Curbing aggressive drivingWSU graduate students Yu-Sheng Lin and Mark Mulder, and assistant professor of marking Jeffrey Joireman are looking at effects of impulsivity and thrill-seeking on dangerous driving. Using a scale like the one below, they su...
Categories: Social sciences, Psychology
Tags: Aggressive driving