Observer

January 2002
Volume 15, Number 1

Members in the News

Heidelise Als, Children's Hospital, The Boston Globe, December 6, 2001: Parents of preemies often face added challenges

Richard Atkinson, University of California, The San Francisco Chronicle, November 28, 2001: Higher education; Los Angeles Times, November 25, 2001: Poor timing, good policy

James Birren, University of California-Los Angeles, The Arizona Republic, November 25, 2001: A generation changed

Kelly Brownell, Yale University, Providence Journal, November 22, 2001: Battling stereotypes about obesity in a culture that worships thinness

Stephen Christman, University of Toledo, The Daily Telegraph, October 22, 2001: Left-handers recall events more easily

Bruce Compas, University of Vermont, The New York Times, October 28, 2001: Lesson from abroad on dealing with anxiety

Carolyn Pape Cowan, University of California, Berkeley, The Seattle Times, November 25, 2001: Dynamics of marriage have changed since 9/11; The Washington Post, November 13, 2001: Second opinion: trying time stress many relationships

Philip A. Cowan, University of California, Berkeley, The Seattle Times, November 25, 2001: Dynamics of marriage have changed since 9/11; The Washington Post, November 13, 2001: Second opinion: trying time stress many relationships

David Dunning, Cornell University, The New York Times, November 21, 2001: Incompetent and maddeningly oblivious

Frank Farley, Temple University, Los Angeles Times, Las Vegas Sun, December 4, 2001: High alert may become routine; San Francisco Chronicle, December 4, 2001: Three months after attacks, U.S. remains a nation on edge

Karen Fingerman, Pennsylvania State University, The Washington Post, December 4, 2001: Keeping mom happy - grin and bear it

Edna Foa, University of Pennsylvania, The New York Times, November 20, 2001: Memories hold clues to coping; The New York Times, November 20: Treatment can ease lingering trauma of September 11

Susan Goldin-Meadow, University of Chicago, The New York Times, December 4, 2001: Behavior: Brain Gets Rest When Hands Do Talking; Reuters Health, November 15, 2001: Gesturing while talking shown to help memory

Patricia Kahlbaugh, Southern Connecticut State University, Providence Journal, November 29, 2001: Childhood swearing often begins at home; Omaha World-Herald, November 17, 2001: Children and language

Eva Lefkowitz, Pennsylvania State University, The Washington Post, December 4, 2001: Keeping mom happy - grin and bear it

Lewis P. Lipsitt, Brown University, Providence Journal, November 27, 2001: Children and holiday stress

Cindy Lustig, Washington University, Reuters Health, November 29, 2001: Aging and time

James McClelland, Carnegie Mellon University, Los Angeles Times, November 29, 2001: Psychologists win Grawemeyer Award

Richard McNally, Harvard University, The New York Times, November 20: Treatment can ease lingering trauma of September 11

William Pelham, State University of New York at Buffalo, 48 Hours, November 9, 2001: Grappling with ADHD

William Pollack, Harvard Medical School, ABC News, November 21, 2001: Play predictors

Ruth Propper, University of Toledo, The Daily Telegraph, October 22, 2001: Left-handers recall events more easily

Peter Salovey, Yale University, The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 16, 2001: Peer review

Brian Scholl, Yale University, The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 16, 2001: Peer review

Paul Slovic, Decision Research, The New York Times, November 29, 2001: Scientists find the new field of threat assessment full of uncertainties

Daniel Tranel, University of Iowa, Los Angeles Times, December 3, 2001: This is your brain at work

Daniel S. Weiss, University of California-San Francisco, The Miami Herald, November 8, 2001: Laughter signals distance from horror

Ellen Winner, Boston College, Los Angeles Times, December 3, 2001: Artistic fact or optical delusion?

Carolyn Zahn-Waxler, National Institute of Mental Health, The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 26, 2001: Do humans alone 'feel your pain'?