Grocery deals. Discounts. Bargain car repairs. Every day, Canadians are looking for ways to deal with a tough economy. Yet they aren’t seeing the cost that takes big bites daily out of the economy.
Our researchers are taking strengths-based, empowering approaches to postpartum depression, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Call it the gray wave: according to Statistics Canada, five million Canadians are currently 65 years of age or older, and that number is expected to double in the next 25 years. Our scholars look at ways the growing population of seniors can stay healthy, active and in their own homes.
When a child is diagnosed with cancer, all efforts are directed at caring for the child. But research shows that caring for their families and those around them can be just as important.
Many of us devote a huge chunk of our lives to work. Justin Weinhardt devotes a huge chunk of his life to studying what makes us work at work – including motivation, decision-making, confidence and corporate training.
From workplace bullying to Internet security to domestic violence, research is leading the way when it comes to tackling common issues of personal security.
Early childhood experiences shape children and their lives – and parenting plays a critical role. A look at child development and what parents can do to set their children on a more successful path.
Our students become valuable contributors to their communities long before they leave university.
The first study to explore sound symbolism using peoples’ first names has revealed that we tend to ascribe certain personality traits to certain names based on how they sound.
A new app invites Facebook users to relive the experience of looking at photos and videos from the “old” days of photo albums, home movies and slide shows.
A global scientific review finds that good, old-fashioned parenting trumps school intervention programs for effectiveness.
Manipulative personalities — the world is full of them and we’re all bound to encounter such individuals in our lives, the workplace being no exception.
Few human emotions get as bad a rap as jealousy. Ever viewed as a character flaw, a sign of pettiness and weakness, in the extreme it can be damaging, often the root of bullying or crimes of passion.
After decades of war, extremism and occupation, Afghanistan's civil service is in dire need of help. A United Nations fellowship program has been pitching in with leadership and expertise.
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