Study of U.S. and Dutch infants finds cultural norms influence temperament.
Researchers build extra brainy smart homes to monitor aging adults
The smart homes coming out of Washington State University have a higher IQ than your average cyber-enhanced abode. Their homes can learn.
WSU’s Center for Advanced Studies in Adaptive Systems (CASAS) is developing smart home technology that harnesses machine learning in an effort to help older people live with greater independence and remain in their homes longer.Read Story
WSUV offers ‘Sleep Matters’ seminar Oct. 9
The Washington State University Vancouver Chancellor’s Seminar Series event this fall will focus on sleep.Read Story
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