Spring 2010

Interview with David Bucci, Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Dartmouth College

Interview with David Bucci, Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Dartmouth College






The DUJS talked to David Bucci, associate professor in the Psychological and Brain Sciences department and instructor of the popular Introduction to Neuroscience course, to gain insight into his life as a researcher, mentor, and teacher.

 
 

Risk and Resilience in Children Coping with Parental Divorce

Risk and Resilience in Children Coping with Parental Divorce






Today over 45 percent of marriages in the United States end in divorce and “about 40 percent of children will experience their parents’ divorce, with about 80 percent of them placed primarily in the physical custody of their biological mother” (1). Divorce represents one of the most stressful life events […]

 
 

Sex and Cognitive Differences: Are They Real?

Sex and Cognitive Differences: Are They Real?






Throughout the ages, the differences between men and women have been debated by scientists, comedians, and everyone in between. Sayings such as “Men are from Mars, women are from Venus” attempt to describe how different males and females are from each other. Beyond human curiosity, the differences are important in […]

 
 

DUJS Science News

DUJS Science News






A summary of recent scientific discoveries from various disciplines.

 
 
 
 
 

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