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Healthy Living Project

Date: Saturday, May 31, 2014 Time: 10AM-1PM Where: Mar Vista Gardens Community Center Prizes! Fun for the whole family! Learn to train your dog! Raffles! Come learn how to live a more positive and healthy lifestyle while also being visited by some very cute and lovable service animals.      

BRITE Students Antonio Shallowhorn and Justin Kwok Selected to Present at Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference (PURC)

The Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference (PURC), was established in 1992 by Dr Elizabeth Bjork to give students an opportunity to develop their presentation skills and share their research efforts with peers and colleagues. Since then PURC has steadily grown in the number of applicants and in visibility and now includes students from across the country doing research Learn more…

Center Article Receives Recognition as Most Cited

A new report published in the Journal of Black Psychology lists an article published in 1994 by Center staff as being one of the most highly cited articles to be published in the Journal of Black Psychology. The report is a twelve year content analysis of articles published in the Journal of Black Psychology from Learn more…

Ethics & Behavior Special Issue

The Legacy of the U. S. Public Health Service Study of Untreated Syphilis in African American Men, in Health Care Reform and the Patient Protection Affordable Care Act

Science 2.0 – Gays, Bisexuals Twice As Likely To Seek Mental Health Or Substance Abuse Treatment

Article highlights work by Center researcher Susan Cochran and Director Vickie Mays.

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