In The News: Department of Psychology

Arizona Business Magazine
December 31, 2020

Confirmed COVID-19 cases in Arizona reached 520,207 on Thursday, Dec. 31, an increase of 7,718 from the previous day, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services. There were 188,265 new COVID-19 cases in Arizona in December, which means 36 percent of the state’s total number of cases since the start of the pandemic came in December alone.

Cronkite News: PBS Arizona
December 30, 2020

The numbers can be numbing. And that’s exactly what health officials fear.

KSNV-TV: News 3
December 18, 2020

Public confidence in the COVID-19 vaccination is growing, according to a study from the Kaiser Family Foundation.

Ms. Magazine
December 15, 2020

When Dr. Glenna Matthews saw an opinion piece arguing that Dr. Jill Biden should drop her title, it brought back a flood of memories for the 82-year-old.

The 19th
December 15, 2020

When Dr. Glenna Matthews saw an opinion piece arguing that Dr. Jill Biden should drop her title, it brought back a flood of memories for the 82-year-old.

Healthline
December 11, 2020

In this time of lockdowns, masking, and physical distancing, elected officials — and leaders of all types — are finding both these quotes to be true.

Psychology Today
December 10, 2020

This year and last year have been exciting in terms of misophonia research. In the 2019 grants cycle, the Misophonia Research Fund approved a total of approximately $2,300,000 over two years. The grants include those related to the diagnosis of misophonia, characterization of misophonia and potential interventions for children, adolescents and adults. We will first cover research related to adults and will follow with children. Remember, however, that one research study informs another.

KVVU-TV: Fox 5
December 10, 2020

Since the onset of the pandemic the Clark County School District has seen a surge in student suicides.

Verywell Mind
December 7, 2020

The longer the pandemic drags on, and the more trauma and anxiety it causes, the more people start to feel like contracting and spreading COVID-19 is out of their control. More people are starting to experience caution fatigue, or "COVID fatigue," experts say, and it's causing them to make decisions that increase their risk of contracting the virus.

Community Psychiatry
December 7, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has persisted for the majority of 2020, and it’s taking a toll on people.

HostGator
December 2, 2020

One of the facilities that the internet brought to the world was the quick access to pornography, content previously seen only through the rental or purchase of physical media, magazines or pay TV. Along with practicality, addiction came, which divides scientists' opinions about whether it is harmful or not.

c|net
December 1, 2020

At the beginning of 2018, Steve had a stable marriage and his own business. By the end of 2018, he had neither. Alcohol abuse contributed to the 37-year-old's downward spiral, but it wasn't the catalyst.