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A new report by McGill University Faculty of Education researchers shows Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario's Talk Today program is making a positive impact on athletes in the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL). Talk Today in the CJHL: An evaluation of a mental health program in junior hockey provides an overview of how CMHA Ontario's program for amateur athletes is influencing Jr.

From 24-hour news cycles to social media posts from your angry uncle, it's almost impossible not to get a daily dose of politics. But new research finds that daily exposure to politics can cause chronic stress.

Economics - Psychology - Dec 15, 2022

Artificial intelligence chatbots that show positive feelings - such as adding an -I am excited to do so!- or a few exclamation marks - do not necessarily translate into positive reactions or contribute to higher customer satisfaction, according to a recent study by researchers from the University of South Florida, the Georgia Institute of Technology and McGill University.

Psychologist Jean Proulx, a professor from School of Criminology, has been working for more than 30 years to demystify the process that leads up to sexual assault and find ways to prevent recidivism. CONTENU - When people read a story in the newspaper about a woman being brutally raped or a little boy repeatedly sexually abused, they have a visceral reaction of revulsion and anger.

AI project to help autistic people interpret emotions better By Charlotte Danby Faculty of Engineering For most of us, social interactions are taxing, tedious or time well spent. For the 1.5% of Canadian children and youth (five to 17 years of age) who have been diagnosed with autism, they can be inscrutable.

New research shows promising results using neurotechnological approaches to treat depression in youth. The research, led by Simon Fraser University (SFU) professor Faranak Farzan, is published in the Journal of Affective Disorders Reports.

Psychology - Health - Oct 24, 2022

Individuals who deal with anxiety are not less hesitant to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Individuals who deal with anxiety are no less hesitant to get the COVID-19 vaccine compared to those without anxiety, according to new research.


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