Study of U.S. and Dutch infants finds cultural norms influence temperament.
Provost’s Office partners with College of Education and College of Arts and Sciences to support future teachers
Washington State University has been awarded a $1.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education that will support low-income and first-generation students preparing for careers as K-12 teachers.Read Story
What it’s like to have severe sleep paralysis
Sleep paralysis is a phenomenon that occurs either upon falling asleep or awakening and is thought to be a mix-up of normal REM sleep.Read Story
Training officers to shoot first, and he will answer questions later
When police officers shoot people under questionable circumstances, Dr. Lewinski is often there to defend their actions.Read Story
Men study maths and science simply because they overestimate how smart they are – while women tell the truth, study claims
Men may be more likely to pursue careers in science and engineering simply because they think they are better at the subjects than women.
Researchers found that men think they are much better at math than they really are.Read Story
Research shows sleep loss impedes decision making in crisis
The difference between life and death in the operating room, on the battlefield or during a police shootout often comes down to the ability to adapt to the unexpected. Sleep deprivation may make it difficult to do so, according to a Washington State University study published this month in the journal Sleep.Read Story