The largest scientific association for human factors and ergonomics professionals in the world, the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES), has awarded the student chapter at Rice University with a Gold level of recognition.
Training strategies that teach depressed individuals how to better manage their negative emotions may not only help their mood but also their memory of difficult events, according to new research from Rice University.
The common struggle of remembering a face or a name gets more difficult as we age, and new research from Rice University aims to figure out why.
New research from Rice University finds that antidepressants may actually reduce negative memories in individuals suffering from depression while improving overall memory function.
Can artificial intelligence (AI) select job candidates as well — or better — than traditional methods? A new, four-year study from the National Science Foundation seeks to find out.
Michelle “Mikki” Hebl , the Martha and Henry Malcolm Lovett Professor of Psychological Sciences and professor in the Jones Graduate School of Business, is the 2023 recipient of the Advancing Women in Leadership Award from the Academy of Management (AOM).
Fall 2023 Research Relays to Open with “Work and Society”
Jing Chen, an assistant professor of psychological sciences at Rice University specializing in human factors and human-computer interaction, has received the Earl Alluisi Early Career Achievement Award from the American Psychological Association (APA), the world’s largest association of psychologists.
Las Vegas; Miami; Louisville, Kentucky; Orlando, Florida; and Grand Rapids, Michigan top the list of cities at greatest risk of losing jobs to artificial intelligence (AI), according to a report from the Chamber of Commerce, a business research company.
Rice University AI experts Fred Oswald and Moshe Vardi are registered to attend a White House briefing this afternoon and are available to comment on its proceedings and likely challenges and potential outcomes of recent developments in AI industry advancements and regulation.
James Pomerantz , a professor emeritus of psychological sciences at Rice University, is a recipient of the Psychonomic Society’s Clifford T. Morgan Distinguished Leadership Award.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, fear of missing out (FOMO) on social activities may have negatively affected the mental health of adults at high risk of serious disease, according to a new study from Rice University and Baylor University.
While childhood trauma is often linked to mental and physical health problems later in life, a new study from Rice University finds that individuals who have faced mistreatment in their youth but have high heart rate variability — variation in the time between heartbeats — are more resilient emotionally and physically when grieving the loss of a spouse.
Immigrants migrating to the U.S. face all kinds of hurdles, but after arriving stateside, the hardships continue, which can result in additional psychological distress, according to new research from Rice University.
Rice University postdoctoral fellow Hannah Ballard has won a three-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to investigate the link between the transition to menopause and Alzheimer’s disease.