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In adolescence, a possible connection between Coke and coke

April 23, 2019

Reflecting on findings, CU Boulder researcher muses, ‘At 12 years old, is the venti Starbucks coffee really a good idea?’

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Battling anxiety through emotional flexibility

Feb. 25, 2019

CU psychology grad student aims to prevent and reduce anxiety in youth using mindfulness and value-based behavior.

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Traversing the frontiers of concussion treatment

Feb. 18, 2019

Concussion treatments still lag despite increased attention and concerns. Complementary or alternative medicine may be able to help, says CU Boulder neuroscientist

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How chronic pain threatens a good night’s sleep

Jan. 28, 2019

Chronic pain and sleep might be even more connected than previously thought, according to new research

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Faculty team up to give kids computational competence

Jan. 20, 2019

The Communities Code initiative has garnered university outreach awards for the last four years, and its founders say the program boosts not only kids’ tech skills but also their self-esteem.

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Have a goal? Here's how to boost your chances of reaching it

Jan. 9, 2019

In this informative talk, Psychologist Sabine Doebel explains why iPhone apps don't help you boost executive function doesn’t work and instead, what you can do to accomplish your goals.

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‘Til death do us part

Dec. 6, 2018

New research from CU Boulder suggests that the quality of your marriage may be linked to how long you live.

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Prof seeks volunteers for study on freshmen with depression

Nov. 14, 2018

Research focuses on young people who face ‘a dizzying duality of both resilience and risk.’

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Humans might not be altruistic ‘avengers’ after all, study finds

Aug. 18, 2018

CU Boulder research contradicts the long-held belief that humans interfere when they see the abuse of strangers.

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By showing what they’ve learned, students learn even more

July 19, 2018

One way to learn something well is to show others what you’ve learned—in this case, with an outreach project—according to June Gruber’s students in a recent University of Colorado Boulder psychology course.

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