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Family Support Buffers the Physiological Effects of Racial Discrimination

Two longitudinal studies reveal that African American adolescents who experience high levels of racial discrimination show signs of cellular wear and tear. ... More>

The crippling thing about growing up poor that stays with you forever

How Inequality Leads to Obesity

Free Webinar: Integrating Eye Tracking Data With Psychological Measurements

Tuesday, March 8th @ 11:00 AM EST (GMT-5) In this exclusive webinar sponsored by BIOPAC Systems and SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI), experts will present user case studies to demonstrate new research […]... More>

Early Poverty Disrupts Link Between Hunger and Eating

A series of studies indicate that how much you eat when you’re not really hungry may depend on how well off your family was when you were a child. ... More>