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Aarti Nair
A Deep Brain Disorder
An SDSU research team has discovered that autism in children affects not only social abilities, but also a broad range of sensory and motor skills.
Dr. Heidi Kraft (second from left) participates in a panel at the White House Mental Health Conference.
Lessons From Combat
Dr. Heidi Kraft, an SDSU psychology instructor, spoke at the White House about classes she’s teaching for veterans and the community.
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Study Links Facebook Activity to Obesity
SDSU Professor John Ayers co-developed the study connecting data on Facebook users' interests with the obesity epidemic.
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Top 10 Degrees for 2013
The 10 most popular degrees SDSU’s Class of 2013 will graduate with.
Carina Valdivieso
Compact Students Set for Success
Featured graduates Martha Youssofi, Mayra Talamantes and Carina Valdivieso, honored as the fourth graduating class of Compact Scholars.
Jean Twenge is the author of "Generation Me"
Today's Teens: More Materialistic, Less Willing to Work
Researchers led by SDSU psychology professor Jean Twenge released a new study comparing the materialism and work ethic of three generations.
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Student Research Symposium Winners
The 2013 Student Research Symposium featured novel SDSU faculty and student findings across various disciplines.
Jeanne Stevenson
Stories of Leadership: Jeanne Stevenson
A Q&A with SDSU Alumnus, clinical psychologist Jeanne Stevenson.
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Quest for the Best 2013
Each year, Student Affairs honors outstanding students and the faculty and staff who support them.
SDSU researchers Jennifer Thomas, Sarah Mattson and Ed Riley
A Preventable Malady
Fetal alcohol syndrome researchers see hope for successful intervention and treatment.
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