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Keeping cannabis workers safe, healthy and happy

Results of a study, “Work and Well-Being in the Colorado Cannabis Industry,” were published online in February.

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Callings in life and work: Bryan Dik to speak March 9

The associate professor in psychology will deliver the inaugural Richard Hagen Lecture at First United Methodist Church in Fort Collins at 7 p.m.

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Early Career Investigator Award goes to psychology faculty member Daniel Graham

Graham’s research includes social and ecological determinants of physical activity and diet, nutrition label use, eye tracking, and the science of learning and embodiment.

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CSU expands international online reach through new partnership

More people than ever, around the world, will be able to learn from Colorado State University — along with other top institutions like the University of Virginia and Penn State — thanks to a new partnership with FutureLearn, an international social learning platform that specializes in delivering online education at any scale.

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CSU researchers part of $11.5 million project to improve complex decision-making

A team that includes Colorado State University researchers has been awarded $11.5 million to develop a digital tool that helps people reach better decisions on complex matters.

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This is your brain on (legal) cannabis: CSU researchers seek answers

For those suffering depression or anxiety, using cannabis for relief may not be the long-term answer.

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‘Parental alienation’: What it means and why it matters

It is time to understand what actual behaviors are used by one parent to harm the other parent’s relationship with a child so that we don’t allow them to be used to hurt others anymore.

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How to study, according to science – plus 4 tips for better learning

Psychology’s Ed DeLosh studies how our brains learn best. And rote memorization is out.

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Study: Attending the symphony reverses cognitive decline in people with dementia

A program that delivers the gift of live classical music to people with dementia has been shown to have strikingly positive effects on mood, cognitive function and relationships.

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Alliance crosses state lines to expand opportunities for students in STEM

A five-year award of $4.8 million from the National Science Foundation has created the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation.

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