Skip to Main Content

Psychological and Brain Sciences


‘Digital humans’ can improve ergonomic behavior among workers, new research says 

Applied Ergonomics publishes findings of Texas A&M interdisciplinary team.
Public Health

AI-based fall detection system may transform care for people with dementia

Project is supported by a $1.3 million National Institute on Aging grant from an industry partner developing the cutting-edge system
Psychological and Brain Sciences

Long-term effects of COVID-19: Infection may decrease brain volume and alter neural pathways, according to two new studies

Results have serious implications for the third of Americans infected since January 2020

Mental fatigue: New model could improve measurement of its impact

Team publishes its findings in Psychological Review
Psychological and Brain Sciences

Black youths cope with violence in distinctive ways, researcher says

Stressors can lead to symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder
Psychological and Brain Sciences

Students expect equal opportunities to work, but unequal duties at home

New A&M study examines how young adults make sense of balancing work and family life

PCRP awards $1 million for five research projects to support partnerships between Texas A&M and its clinical affiliates

Interdisciplinary projects selected for the PCRP program are awarded up to $200,000 each
Psychological and Brain Sciences

Back-to-office anxiety?

Three Texas A&M experts offer research-based insights for coping with stress when employees return to campus on June 1
Human Development

Sidetracked by food: New study connects obesity with distraction

Behavior scientists observe attention-blink paradigm in 40 adolescents