Dartmouth Hosts First International Vaccine Conference
Interdisciplinary problem-solving is key to vaccine research, access, and acceptance.
Psychologists Have Found a Way to Measure When People ‘Click’
A study by Emma Templeton, Guarini ’23, and Thalia Wheatley, the Lincoln Filene Professor in Human Relations, is cited as an “aha” moment for the field of social psychology by identifying a quantifiable measure of social connection.
Retraining the Brain to Treat Chronic Back Pain
Neuroscience professor Tor Wager co-led a study that found 66% of participants who received pain reprocessing therapy for chronic back pain where no physical cause could be found reported being pain-free or nearly pain-free after four weeks.