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Dec
17

Lifting the Lid on Medical Marijuana Research

Let’s be blunt—marijuana is a topic that is still being hotly debated as the plant gains legal status in states throughout the nation with each new election cycle. Part of this debate is its long standing as illegal, first in the 1930s, and then again when it was placed as a Schedule I drug by the Nixon administration in 1971; Schedule I drugs, “are illegal […]

By Evan Post | Psychology
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Jul
25

Women Derive Psychological Benefits From Same-Sex Relationships, Alliant Study Finds

New research on the psychological benefits of same-sex marriage from the Rockway Institute for LGBT Psychology & Public Policy at Alliant International University has been selected for presentation at the American Psychological Association (APA) annual convention July 31-August 4 at the Hawai’i Convention Center in Honolulu. The findings will be presented during the APA Convention symposium “Same-sex marriage: New research and implications for marriage policy.” […]

By Cielo Villasenor | Uncategorized
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Jul
19

Juvenile Arson Research Leads to First Place Award of Excellence for CSFS Student

The large wild fire currently burning in Southern California is a stark reminder of the danger and damage that a fire can cause. Often times, curious youngsters are responsible for starting small fires that quickly get out of control. That is why researchers at the Juvenile Arson and Explosive Research and Intervention Center (JAERIC) at the Burn Institute in San Diego are analyzing two decades worth […]

By Cielo Villasenor | Uncategorized
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