Monthly Archive:: June 2023

C. Michael White, University of Connecticut – Psychedelic Medication Reduces Anxiety and Depression in Cancer Patients

Is there a better way to treat anxiety and depression for patients with cancer? C. Michael

Moti Mizrahi, Florida Institute of Technology – “Scientism” as an Anti-Science of Doubt and Disbelief

The terms people use to stoke disbelief and doubt in science can be costly. Moti Mizrahi,

Dan Laufer, Victoria University of Wellington – Consequences of Journalists Violating their Code of Ethics

Break the journalism code of ethics at your own risk. Dan Laufer, associate professor of marketing

Joanne Dickson, Edith Cowan University – Are You Chasing Your Dreams or Running from Your Fears?

How you approach your goals can be key to attaining them. Joanne Dickson, professor of psychology

Sophie Chao, University of Sydney – Why Mourning Matters in the Anthropocene

How humans react to environmental change can take many forms. Sophie Chao, Discovery Early Career Researcher

This Week on The Academic Minute (2023.06.26)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2023.06.26   Monday Sophie Chao, Discovery Early Career Researcher Award

The Academic Minute for 2023.06.19-2023.06.23

The Academic Minute from 6.19 – 6.23 Monday John Cigliano – Cedar Crest College Microplastics John

TaLisa J. Carter, American University – Future Correctional Practitioners See A Broken System

The future practitioners of the criminal justice system do not see a rosy picture ahead. TaLisa

Erica Kosal, North Carolina State University – The Importance of Developing Students’ Critical Thinking Skills

How important is thinking creatively for students? Erica Kosal, director of the life sciences first year

PK Toh, University of Texas at Austin – Who Pulls a Company Out of a (Technological) Rut?

Star employees aren’t the only ones who shape the future of a company. PK Toh, associate