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Robert Siegler (June 2012)
Formula written for math success: Learning fractions and division early will help America's students as they tackle tougher problems ahead, a research study finds    Pittsburgh Post Gazette


David Rakison (January 26, 2011)
Afraid of Snakes? Scientists Explain Why
ABC News


Marcel Just (January 5, 2011)
Is Technology Wiring Teens to Have Better Brains?
VIDEO: PBS Newshour


Michael Tarr (December 10, 2010)
Building Better Brains- A Q&A with Michael Tarr and Nathan Urban
CMU ARTICLE


John Anderson (November 9, 2010)
Franklin Award honors scientist for applying theories in the real world.
POST GAZETTE ARTICLE


Robert Siegler (October 2010)
U.S. Department of Education Releases Teaching Guide for Fractions Developed by CMU Cognitive Psychologist Robert Siegler.   CMU Article


Marlene Behrmann (September 2010)
Shattering Autism Assumptions, Marlene Behrmann doesn't play it safe.
CMU Article


Robert Siegler (September 2010)
Child's 'Mental Number Line' Affects Memory for Numbers.
ScienceDaily Article


Roberta Klatzky (September 2010)
H&SS News: Roberta Klatzky Receives Two Awards for Her Research

Association for Psychological Science (aps) Video interview


Michael Tarr (July 2010)
The Last Frontier~ Studying Mind, Brain & Behavior.
CMU Article


Sheldon Cohen
The Impact of the Gulf Oil Spill on Long-Term Health.
H&SS News (July 2010)


Robert Siegler (June 2010)
Carnegie Mellon University Professor Robert Siegler Receives $10 Million Government Grant To Fund Mathematics Research Center.   CMU Press Release


Robert Siegler (May 2010)
Robert Siegler was elected to the National Academy of Education for his exemplary work in educational research and policy development.   NAEd NEWSLETTER


Marlene Behrmann (May 2010)
Brain disorder causes face blindness...
POST GAZETTE ARTICLE     VIDEO


David Creswell (April 2010)
Podcast: Coping with Stress (Interview)
LISTEN TO AUDIO


Marcel Just & Timothy Keller (December 2009)
Learning, adaptation can change brain connections... POST GAZETTE ARTICLE
Carnegie Mellon scientists discover first evidence of brain rewiring in children.
e! Science News
    Journal Neuron Paper, pdf form      CMU Homepage Stories


David Rakison
Girls Have Head Start On Snake and Spider Fears- Widespread dread of slithery, crawly things may start in infancy. U.S.NEWS & WORLD REPORT ARTICLE (8-28-09)
Girls "born with fear of spiders" BBC NEWS (With Audio Clip) (9-4-09)


Sheldon Cohen
Catching cold less common for those who get good sleep.
POST GAZETTE ARTICE (1-13-09)
Lack of sleep raises common cold risk: study BREITBART.COM ARTICLE (1-12-09)


Marcel Just
How Technology May Soon "Read" Your Mind 60 Minutes: Incredible Research Lets Scientists Get A Glimpse At Your Thoughts (1-4-09)
CBS- 60 Minutes Website   VIDEO (WMV File)   VIDEO (MOV File)


Lori Holt
Detective Work Sparks Career (12-22-08)
CARNEGIE MELLON ARTICLE


Vicki Helgeson
Type 1 Diabetes: Beyond Childhood (10-13-08)
CARNEGIE MELLON ARTICLE


Michael Scheier
It's All in Your Head ~ The Mind-Body Connection (10-6-08)
CARNEGIE MELLON ARTICLE


Robert Siegler
Kids' board games help to build math skills, study finds (3-26-08)
POST GAZETTE ARTICE


Brooke Feeney
The Thinkers: CMU prof shows benefits of emotional support (6-4-07)
POST GAZETTE ARTICE