Carney Flinn, a former DiSH RA, will be attending medical school this Fall at Virginia Tech! Here is what she had to say: “I am super excited to begin this part of my education as well as move to another part of the country. I really liked Virginia Tech’s program because they integrate research into […]
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This week Dr. T was featured on the @fullbloomproject podcast! The Full Bloom Project was founded by two psychotherapists to provide research-informed resources for parents who want to promote self-esteem and positive body image in their children at all ages. To check out the conversation they had click here!
A few weeks ago, DiSH Grad student Ben received the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS) Psychological Science Research Grant (PSRG)! Here is what Ben had to say about it: “The title of the grant was, “What did I eat for lunch? Understanding Determinants of Meal Memories.” APAGS is a part of the American […]
In a new Daily Bruin Dr. T discusses how popular, goal driven diets may lead to adverse health effects. Dr. T states: “If you’re trying to get healthy, instead of going on a fad diet like juice cleanses or keto, a faster and more direct path to health would be adding in more fruits and […]
A few weeks ago, DiSH Grad student Daniel received the Early Graduate Research Award and the Mamie Phipps Clark Diversity Research Grant! Here is what Daniel had to say: “The Early Graduate Student Researcher Award from the APA recognizes three graduate students each year who have shown a high level of independence in conducting outstanding research […]
A few weeks ago, Dr. T visited Columbia University to give a talk called: “Weight Stigma, Stress and Obesity” for the Columbia University Seminar on Appetitive Behavior. Dr. T got a chance to connect with Sharon Akabas, who is the director of the Masters in Human Nutrition program that Keenan Fine, DiSH Lab alum, is […]
In this New Scientist article titled “We remember the act of eating better than other things we do,” current work being done by Ben, Dr. Blaisdell, and Dr. T on eating and memory is featured. Check out the full article here.
Dr. T is featured in LiveWell podcast discussing stress eating and weight stigma. Additionally, she shares tips for creating long-lasting habits for a healthy lifestyle. You can listen now by scanning the QR code attached or by visiting http://healthy.ucla.edu/livewellpodcast/
Dr. T is featured in a “Day in the Life of” segment in new book that has recently come out titled Becoming a Health Psychologist! Becoming a Health Psychologist talks about what is involved in being a health psychologist, what a health psychology career entails and how to reach that goal.
Over the summer a Japanese broadcasting corporation, NHK, came to UCLA to film a documentary that will be based on the origin of food. Here is a behind the scenes look of what was filmed!