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More HIV Testing for Teens?

Psychological scientist Anthony Lemieux explains why it’s a good idea for teens to get tested for HIV.... More>


Observer Article

Psychological Science For All

A student group is taking research findings beyond the Ivory Tower.... More>


In a Married World, Singles Struggle for Attention


Am I Safe Here?: How People With HIV/AIDS Perceive Hidden Prejudices in Their Communities

People in marginalized groups, such as the disabled or racial minorities, feel stigmatized—condemned, feared, or excluded—when other people stigmatize them. That’s obvious. But they can also feel stigma when nobody blatantly discriminates against them or says a negative word.... More>


Having a Strong Community Protects Adolescents From Risky Health Behaviors

Children who grow up in poverty have health problems as adults. But a new study finds that poor adolescents who live in communities with more social cohesiveness and control get some measure of protection; they're less likely to smoke and be obese as adolescents.... More>