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Article ID: 572450

Website Follows Johns Hopkins Archaeologists in Egypt

Johns Hopkins University

Follow along online as Johns Hopkins University Egyptologist Betsy Bryan and her team of students, artists, conservators and photographers return to their investigation of Mut Temple this month, focusing their ...

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13-Jan-2011 4:25 PM EST
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Women Less Interested in Jobs Where Competition Determines Pay

University of Chicago

Men are more likely than women to seek jobs in which competition with coworkers affects pay rates, a preference that might help explain persistent pay differences between men and women. ...

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Advocate for People with Disabilities to Receive One of Syracuse University’s Unsung Heroes Awards

Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse University

In recognition of her work as a passionate advocate for ...

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13-Jan-2011 9:00 AM EST
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Expert Available to Comment on Politicians' Use of Violent Metaphors, Which Some People Have Criticized Following the Shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords

Baylor University

Baylor University professor says violent metaphors are nothing new in ...

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Five Questions on Tucson Shootings for Psychologist Joel Dvoskin

American Psychological Association (APA)

Joel Dvoskin, PhD, is a clinical psychologist based in Tucson, Ariz. He is author of numerous articles and chapters in professional journals and texts, including a number of articles that ...

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12-Jan-2011 3:35 PM EST
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Unique Partnership Will Promote Sustainability Training for Pharmacists

University of the Sciences

University of the Sciences and Practice Greenhealth announced today that they have established a first-of-its kind partnership to develop and promote sustainability training for pharmacists, pharmacy students and related professionals.

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12-Jan-2011 2:40 PM EST
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Expert: Illinois Death Penalty Will End 'With a Whimper'

Indiana University

Given the conflicted politics of the death penalty, it was probably inevitable that the Illinois legislature would vote to abolish the practice, says Indiana University legal expert Joseph L. Hoffmann.

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12-Jan-2011 2:25 PM EST
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Middle School Is When the Right Friends May Matter Most

University of Oregon

As adolescents move from elementary school into their middle or junior-high years, changes in friendships may signal potential academic success or troubles down the road, say University of Oregon researchers.

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Some School Social Workers Don’t Feel Prepared to Manage Cyberbullying

Ohio University Office of Research Communications

Some school social workers report that they don’t feel equipped to handle incidents of cyberbullying among teens. A new Ohio University-led survey of 399 members of the 11-state Midwest School ...

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12-Jan-2011 12:15 PM EST
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Disney Movies Promote “Beautiful as Good” Stereotype

Appalachian State University

While most research studies regarding the “beautiful as good” stereotype have focused on the adult or young adult viewer, Appalachian State University psychology professors Doris Bazzini, Lisa Curtin and Denise ...

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12-Jan-2011 12:05 PM EST
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