In The News: Department of Psychology

Newswise
March 26, 2020

As K-12 schools across America have closed their doors to help stop the spread of coronavirus, parents have had to step into the role of teacher, guiding their children through lessons in mathematics, social studies, art, English, and perhaps even physical education at the local park.

Asia One
March 25, 2020

Public health officials consistently promote hand-washing as a way for people to protect themselves from the Covid-19 coronavirus. However, this virus can live on metal and plastic for days, so simply adjusting your eyeglasses with unwashed hands may be enough to infect yourself.

Asia One
March 25, 2020

Public health officials consistently promote hand-washing as a way for people to protect themselves from the Covid-19 coronavirus. However, this virus can live on metal and plastic for days, so simply adjusting your eyeglasses with unwashed hands may be enough to infect yourself.

Your Teen Magazine
March 24, 2020

Somewhere on the way to turning 15, my oldest son stopped being my shadow. Instead of clinging to my legs to go with me to the store, he now barely waves goodbye as I set off without him. On a typical school day, there’s barely time to get in a “How was your day?” He’s in the door, into the kitchen to grab a snack, and off to the dungeon—I mean bedroom.

Physicians Practice
March 24, 2020

Ask patients open-ended questions when they call the physician practice panicked about the novel coronavirus. That’s the first piece of advice from Stephen Benning, PhD, professor of psychology at University of Nevada, Las Vegas. “As clinicians, we have all kinds of questions that might panic people, but it’s up to the patient as to what’s actually bothering them,” he counsels.

The Jakarta Post
March 23, 2020

Public health officials consistently promote hand-washing as a way for people to protect themselves from the COVID-19 coronavirus. However, this virus can live on metal and plastic for days, so simply adjusting your eyeglasses with unwashed hands may be enough to infect yourself. Thus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization have been telling people to stop touching their faces.

The Jakarta Post
March 23, 2020

Public health officials consistently promote hand-washing as a way for people to protect themselves from the COVID-19 coronavirus. However, this virus can live on metal and plastic for days, so simply adjusting your eyeglasses with unwashed hands may be enough to infect yourself. Thus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization have been telling people to stop touching their faces.

Las Vegas Review Journal
March 23, 2020

Las Vegas is a city predicated on good hands and bad hands, but when dealt the latter, it has proven resilient.

Las Vegas Sun
March 21, 2020

Streaming services and online conference call companies aren’t the only ones profiting during the coronavirus pandemic.

Edge Media Network
March 21, 2020

Public health officials consistently promote hand-washing as a way for people to protect themselves from the COVID-19 coronavirus. However, this virus can live on metal and plastic for days, so simply adjusting your eyeglasses with unwashed hands may be enough to infect yourself. Thus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization have been telling people to stop touching their faces.

Edge Media Network
March 21, 2020

Public health officials consistently promote hand-washing as a way for people to protect themselves from the COVID-19 coronavirus. However, this virus can live on metal and plastic for days, so simply adjusting your eyeglasses with unwashed hands may be enough to infect yourself. Thus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization have been telling people to stop touching their faces.

Considerable
March 20, 2020

Public health officials consistently promote hand-washing as a way for people to protect themselves from the COVID-19 coronavirus. However, this virus can live on metal and plastic for days, so simply adjusting your eyeglasses with unwashed hands may be enough to infect yourself. Thus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization have been telling people to stop touching their faces.