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But the ongoing replication crisis in the behavioral sciences could undermine the hope for clarity through research.
Stephen Wendel, head of behavioral science at Morningstar, an investment research company, recently laid out eight changes that could help retirement savers do a better job of building a nest egg.
Tapp-Harper, 50, has a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Coppin State University, and a master’s degree in applied behavioral science from Johns Hopkins University.
Emeran Mayer, professor of physiology, psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, echoed those sentiments in a 2010 article in Scientific American.
The University of Texas at San Antonio received a $7.7 million grant this week to help financially disadvantaged, physically disabled and minority students pursue doctoral degrees in biomedical and behavioral sciences.
The new report - published in the journal Psychological Science in the Public Interest - draws on hundreds of studies on psychology, behavioral science and vaccinations.
Parker, a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford, said the study's findings for now are limited to boys.
On average, kids tell the truth 98 percent of the time, said Steven J. Berkowitz, an attending psychiatrist in the department of child and adolescent psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
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