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Arts and Sciences Matters

Georgia State University

The College of Arts and Sciences at Georgia State University brings you insights from researchers working on a range of social, cultural and scientific challenges.
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Gerontology professor Candace Kemp is leading a study focused on how assisted living facilities can foster meaningful engagement for their residents with dementia.
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Marise Parent, a Professor of neuroscience and psychology, talks about her research into the relationship between memory and obesity.
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About this Episode: John Horgan, a psychology professor at Georgia State University, researches terrorism and political violence. Over the years, [...]
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Researcher Eyal Aharoni draws from philosophy, psychology and neuroscience to explore mass incarceration, how jurors make sentencing decisions and who is likely to re-offend.
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Astrophysicist Misty Bentz discusses her research into supermassive black holes. Bentz is leading one of the first teams selected to conduct research using the Webb Space Telescope which is scheduled to launch in 2021.
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Psychology researcher Sierra Carter talks about her research into the relationship between early life stress from racial discrimination and serious health problems among African Americans.
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Biology researcher Eric Gilbert talks about his patent pending technology for turning plastic waste into more valuable materials. The goal is to solve a global environmental problem by making it profitable to upcycle plastic.
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Lakeyta Bonnette-Bailey, a researcher in African-American studies and political science, explains the influence of political rap music on racial attitudes, and the relationship between Hip-Hop culture and social justice.
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Elizabeth Strickler, the Director of Media Entrepreneurship & Innovation Programs at the Creative Media Industries Institute, explains how blockchain technology could help journalists, photographers, artists and other creators protect their work in the internet era.
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Political science professor Amy Steigerwalt researches the role of women in politics, the federal judicial selection process and other issues related to American politics.
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