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  • We should all be better friends, but what does that really mean? For Dr. Michelle vanDellen, Associate Professor in UGA's Department of Psychology, that…
  • Every hurricane season it seams like in the Southeast we're experiencing stronger, more rapidly intensifying hurricanes. Here at UGA we're lucky to have…
  • If you think exercising frequently makes you relaxed, you might be on to something! Neuroscientist Philip V. Holmes studies the incredible effects of…
  • What makes a great leader? Social confidence? Drive? Ambition? What about manipulation, exploitation, or entitlement? In this segment Dr. Keith Campbell,…
  • With its 4.5 billion year head start on mankind, nature has developed some clever mechanisms for solving big problems. In this segment, host April Sorrow…
  • When will epidemics begin and end, speed up or slow down? Figuring that out is the job of researchers like Dr. John Drake, Distinguished Research…
  • The beginning of an epidemic tends to be a jump from animals to humans. Dr. John Drake, Distinguished Research Professor in the Odum School of Ecology at…
  • One part shareability, one part brevity, and a whole lot of fact-checking! According to the late Dr. Barry Hollander, Professor of Journalism at Grady…
  • According to Dr. Lisa Renzi-Hammond of UGA's College of Public Health, our eyes could provide a "view" into more than just the state of our vision.…
  • Curses! If the word on the street seems a bit more colorful lately, it's not in your head. To prove it, UGA psychologist Dr. Keith Campbell is using word…
  • We’ve all heard of malaria, a parasite-induced blood infection that causes flu-like symptoms and possibly death. However, did you know that a malaria…
  • I’m the brain, you’re glue - whatever happens to me… can be healed by you? For individuals with traumatic brain injuries, the outcome is often dire. In…