New study looks at the effects of Black students’ mental health at historically Black colleges
The research followed Black students from secondary school through college and beyond.
Pew report finds almost all 118th Congress members have bachelor’s degrees, most have graduate degrees
Members with a bachelor's degree or higher in Congressional roles saw substantial…
Survey finds most K-12 parents felt their children’s education was negatively impacted during COVID-19
The survey was conducted by the Pew Research Center.
Survey finds parents differ by political affiliation over what their K-12 children should learn
The survey was conducted throughout October of 2022.
New study suggests a friendlier syllabus improves professor-student engagement
More than 250 psychology students at OSU took part in the study.
Research shows over a third of public schools are still largely racially segregated
According a report released by the U.S. General Accountability Office, more than…
Study links low school test scores to racial segregation and lead exposure
The findings appeared in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Colleges With Good Psychology Programs
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New research finds European women are underrepresented in research
The study was conducted at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya.
Free fruit in schools policy did not curb the effects of obesity among children
The study appeared in PLOS Medicine.
Study shows that the mental health of adolescents is partially affected by the role of schools
The primary objective was to assess if school-level factors significantly impact a…
Enriched formula milk consumption does not enhance academic performance later in adolescence
More than 1,700 adolescents took part in the study, from August 1993…