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Art Historian’s Research Finds Subtle Messages in Contrasting Cultures

Subtlety and contrast seem to have equal pull on Susanna McFadden, Ph.D., an art historian specializing in the late Roman world. Her recent research of Roman frescos at the Luxor Temple in Egypt incorporates both.


Amy Roy: Unraveling the Science of Temper Tantrums

Temper tantrums: those dreaded displays of distress and defiance that can spike any parent’s blood pressure. They’re bad enough when they happen during the terrible twos, but what happens when tantrums last until children are 8 or 9 years old?
MAmy K. Roy, Ph.D., an associate professor of psychology, researches emotion regulation in children and adolescents, with particular attention to brain mechanisms that underlie anxiety and behavioral disorders.


Scholar's Work Intersects Gender, Law, and Colonial-era Morality

Women living in early America were not often given the opportunity
to tell their stories. Thanks to Elaine Crane, Ph.D., their tales are
now being told.



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