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Dr. William Helton's Research Featured in APA Article

Dr. William Helton's Research Featured in APA Article

Even short breaks can help us perform at our best. In one example, William S. Helton, PhD, a professor of human factors and applied cognition at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, and colleagues showed that short breaks can improve attention.

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GradImpact: Leader of the Pack

GradImpact: Leader of the Pack

"Leadership is the byproduct of our interaction during operations," is what Lawrence Minnis boldly declares at the top of his LinkedIn profile. For Minnis, a second year PhD student in cognitive and behavioral neuroscience at George Mason University, leadership is primal, a fundamental part of human social interaction.

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HFAC Alumna Melissa Smith Recieves Award

HFAC Alumna Melissa Smith Recieves Award

Melissa Smith received the Evelyn Kamen Rising Star Award for her dedication to continuing to live the FIRST ethos in a way that is inspiring the next generation of FIRST participants. Smith is a senior user experience researcher at Google, working on improving the YouTube video-watching experience

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Why didn't you report? Shame, shame, shame...

Why didn't you report? Shame, shame, shame...

A look at 'shame' from a clinical psychologists' perspective on the Kavanaugh case. June takes a look at and explains that "shame is a central feeling, sexuality is a central piece of identity, which may be why sexual assault survivors feel shame so profoundly."

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