UAB research reveals sleep-deprived adolescents experience more hits and near misses while crossing the street in virtual lab.

UAB faculty from several disciplines will be honored for excellence by a national society.

Published in Faculty Excellence

Ebony Hinton will teach public school in Miami’s low-income area for two years.

Published in Student Experience

UAB study finds kids with ADHD rejected by peers may smoke, drink and behave poorly in early adolescence, anxious behavior continues beyond.

Published in Focus on Patient Care

UAB researcher who reviews dog-safety software says preschool-age children need supervision to protect against injury.

Published in Focus on Patient Care

A doctoral student has won two awards that will help him continue his work in the UAB Youth Safety Lab.

Published in Student Experience

Frame your behavior changes for the New Year so they become a habit, instead of forgotten until next year.

Published in Focus on Patient Care
Margaux B. Gilliam, M.A., has received the Society of Pediatric Psychology student research award.
Published in Student Experience

UAB senior Lauren McCarthy has been named Student of the Year by a statewide organization.

Published in Student Experience
A football addiction can be detrimental to relationships, but can be extinguished with simple steps.
Published in News You Can Use

UAB study released today reports that fifth-graders with ADHD are nearly twice as likely to sustain injuries requiring medical attention.

Published in Service to Community

The American Psychological Association has awarded fellow status to Gitendra Uswatte, Ph.D., in the UAB College of Arts and Sciences.

Published in Faculty Excellence

A UAB professor is examining the credibility of 9/11 memories.

Aaron Davis, M.A., a psychology doctoral candidate, will have her work featured in Progress Notes.
Published in Student Experience

Adolescents who struggle to stay on task, are inflexible and have a negative mood are more at-risk for peer-influence on antisocial behavior.

Published in News You Can Use

One of three people listening to music were hit by a car in a simulated test of street-crossing distractions.

Published in Focus on Patient Care

Do the eyes have it? UAB’s Discussion Book Dialogues series begins Sept. 15 with a lecture on emotion recognition in autism.

Published in Experiencing the Arts
More than 24 million men and women of all races in the United States have an eating disorder; know the symptoms and how to stop it.
Published in Focus on Patient Care
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