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Volume 12, Issue 1
You may be surprised
From genetics to music, you may be surprised at some of the ways LAS is impacting human health.
Volume 11, Issue 3
Explore stories about exotic quantum materials, collaborative theatre, entrepreneurial students, cybersickness, civic engagement, and other exciting news in LAS.
Volume 10 Issue 2
Nine stories of faculty and students who went further—from studying tumor DNA to chasing college dreams—thanks to generous alumni and friends.
Volume 9, Issue 3
As COVID-19 permeated the globe earlier this spring, Professor of Psychology Christian Meissner recognized that his research, which focuses on accurately eliciting individuals' memories, could enhance contact-tracing efforts and even save lives.
Volume 8 Issue 2
Psychology students learn to not worry, be happy
Iowa State's Psychology Freshmen Learning Community prepares first-year psychology majors for careers—while instilling that true happiness stems from service to others.
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Addressing the global media effect
Douglas Gentile’s collaborative research looks at media’s effect on kids across cultures.
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Connection across cultures reduces effects of discrimination
New research at Iowa State University is addressing ways to ease negative symptoms, such as stress and anxiety, caused by discrimination.