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Kaplan, Winslow, and Luchman ask "What are We Working For?"

Kaplan, Winslow, and Luchman ask "What are We Working For?"

This study examines the impact, relative importance, and unique predictive validity of changes in a host of job features and other relevant factors on job satisfaction over a 35-year period using data from the 1979 National Longitudinal Survey of Youth cohort (12,686 respondents).

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Renewal of the Mason Arts Research Center

Renewal of the Mason Arts Research Center

The Mason Arts Research Center (MasonARC), an NEA Research Lab, is thrilled to announce the renewal of support from the National Endowment for the Arts for two more years of funding for research, conference, and public communication activities.

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Distance Learning for Children with ADHD

Distance Learning for Children with ADHD

“ADHD is a brain disorder that includes difficulty maintaining focus, hasty actions, and excessive body movements that interfere with daily functioning,” said Jerome Short, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology at George Mason University. “It includes a pattern of inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity [and] affects about five to seven percent of children.”

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James Maddux, PhD, discusses why habits are so important

James Maddux, PhD, discusses why habits are so important

In episode 8 of Everyday Health's video series Boxed In: COVID-19 and Your Mental Health, “How Daily Routines Can Make the Pandemic More Bearable,” editor in chief Maureen Connolly speaks with James Maddux, PhD, a professor emeritus in the department of psychology at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, and a senior scholar at the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being.

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CPS Responds to COVID-19

CPS Responds to COVID-19

The George Mason University Center for Psychological Services (GMUCPS) is working hard, and creatively, to make sure accessible, affordable psychological services are available for all of Northern Virginia.  

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