Monthly Archive:: March 2015

Jaime Cloud, Western Oregon University – Mating Psychology

What’s the first thing you noticed about the opposite sex? As it turns out, that might

Kim Janda, Scripps Research Institute – Addiction Vaccines

Addiction is a highly complicated disease, one that has been very difficult to treat. Kim Janda,

This Week on The Academic Minute (2015.3.30)

This Week on The Academic Minute (2015.3.30 – 4.3) Monday, March 30 Kim Janda of The

Ronald Johnson, American Public University – Mobile Learning Innovations

The use of mobile learning platforms is increasing. Ronald Johnson, professor of business management at American

Kimberly Fenn featured on The Best of Our Knowledge

As always, host Bob Barrett selects an Academic Minute to air during The Best of Our

Gad Saad, Concordia University – Biological Roots of Consumer Behavior

We’re all consumers in one way or another. Gad Saad, professor of marketing at Concordia University,

Martin Krieger, USC – Uncertainty Principles

Knowing what you don’t know is vital if you want to change that. Martin Krieger, a

Cathy Hatcher, PCOM – The Heart’s Glue

Congenital heart defects are all too common. Cathy Hatcher, an assistant professor in the department of

Nicola Mitchell, U of Western Australia – Assisted Colonization

Can the relocation of a species’ habitat save it from extinction? Nicola Mitchell, a zoologist at

This Week on The Academic Minute (2015.3.23)

Monday, March 23 Nicola Mitchell of The University of Western Australia explores the potentiality of relocating