Junior Autumne Lee will study abroad in Accra, Ghana, and sophomore Jordan McGill will study in Tokyo, Japan.
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The findings from the NIH-funded study will have implications on targeted interventions and policy changes in distracted driving.
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back to school 2017With kids using new technology every day, many parents are forced to keep up or get left behind.
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A new study shows that teens communicating on mobile phones with friends show stronger signs of technology addiction than when communicating with parents.
UAB psychologist Josh Klapow says the extremely polarized presidential campaign is playing havoc with longstanding friendships and relationships.
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Roman Johnson, a first-year Ph.D. student, will travel to Morocco this summer to study Arabic.
Published in Student Experience
Distractions from technology have a detrimental effect on children’s crash risk as pedestrians and drivers.
nycu graphic 2Knowing the signs of becoming drowsy behind the wheel, many of which are similar to distracted and drunk driving, could potentially be lifesaving.
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Class of 2017 option 2After graduation, Haley Callahan will pursue her master’s degree in counseling from Northwestern University.
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UAB researchers develop a conceptual framework to help progress the care of people living with HIV by looking at ways to pursue better engagement in care.
Published in Focus on Patient Care
Class of 2017 option 2Cowan and Unger will pursue further work in drug discovery as they enter graduate school after commencement in April.
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Ongoing multidisciplinary concussion research will be highlighted at an upcoming symposium at UAB: The Concussion Collaborative Science Symposium 2017: Objectively Tackling Concussion through Vision, Science, Radiology and Engineering.
Overall, parents believe their teens are safer than other drivers.
A new mobile virtual reality system helps children learn to cross streets safely.
REACT is a unique public-private partnership created to align law enforcement and special needs communities to improve safety.
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The film was produced by Assistant Professor of Music Technology Craig Brandwein. Psychology faculty will be on hand to discuss how to cope with adverse circumstances after the film.
Published in Experiencing the Arts
Alabama Interagency Autism Coordinating Council has established regional networks throughout Alabama to centralize resources for those with autism spectrum disorder, and for their families.
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A study has found that people who remained sedentary after mentally demanding tasks consumed more calories than those who exercised. 

UAB clinical psychologist Josh Klapow, Ph.D., provides tips for college students experiencing homesickness.

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UAB presents New Frontiers of Pain Research in the 21st Century, Oct. 14-15.
Published in Focus on Patient Care
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