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Laura Wallace ’15 MA, ’19 PhD and her mentor Kentaro Fujita worked on numerous projects together throughout Laura’s time at Ohio State. In one study, they combined their research interests to…

Lifestyle and genetics, and a range of other factors within and outside our control, are known to contribute to development of metabolic syndrome, a cluster of conditions that add up to increased…

A surprising thing happened when researchers began exploring whether early-life stress compounds the effects of a childhood head injury on health and behavior later in life: In an animal study,…

Hormonal contraceptives taken by adolescents may influence development of the brain in a way that alters the recognition of risks, a new study in rats suggests.

Scientists at The Ohio…

A new study provides evidence that pigeons tackle some problems just as artificial intelligence would – allowing them to solve difficult tasks that would vex humans.

Previous research had…

Congratulations to the 8 Arts and Sciences students who were selected to the 2024 cohort of Ohio State's Civil Discourse Fellows program! Fellows plan and moderate Civil Discourse Forums…

Many people fail at achieving their early career dreams. But a new study suggests that those failures don’t have to harm your self-esteem if you think about them in the right way.

In lonely people, the boundary between real friends and favorite fictional characters gets blurred in the part of the brain that is active when thinking about others, a new study found.

In this era of extreme partisanship, the people who express the most negativity in their political choices are those we may least expect: independents. In a new paper, researchers conducted…