School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences


Callier Audiologist Helps Fulfill Father's Wish

Joe Urso, Truly Urso and Dr. Kenneth Pugh When 4-year-old Truly Urso had trouble adjusting to her new hearing aids, Dr. Kenneth Pugh helped her dad get a pair of his own, so he could show her how important it is to wear them. read more

President Issues Statement on Sexual Assault Study

UT Dallas logo The safety of students, staff and faculty is our greatest priority. We will continue to work diligently to ensure we do everything possible to eliminate acts of sexual hostility at UT Dallas. read more

Advocates Dig Learning, Teaching Sustainable Ways

Eco-Reps Eco-Reps are building worm composting bins and beehives, planting milkweed plants for monarch waystations, and helping plan Earth Week this semester as they work to engage fellow students in sustainability issues. read more

Scientists Stress Lifelong Effects of Cyberbullying

Dr. Marion Underwood and Dr. Samuel Ehrenreich In a new article, Dr. Marion Underwood and Dr. Samuel Ehrenreich said cyberbullying among adolescents can be so traumatic that it can impact individuals for years, even if it happens only once. read more

Scientists Explore Signs of Healthy Brain Aging

Dr. Kristen Kennedy Younger people engage brain processes necessary to perform a task more efficiently than older adults, according to new research from the Center for Vital Longevity. read more

Neuroscientists Connect, Present Findings at Conference

Dr. William Jagust About 250 cognitive neuroscientists converged at the Center for Vital Longevity's Dallas Aging and Cognition Conference to discuss the latest developments in Alzheimer's disease and the concept of cognitive reserve. read more

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