Wagner profs reflect on controversial study of psychology researchSeptember 10, 2015 Did the University of Virginia's Reproducibility Project deliver a ‘damaging blow’ to the field of psychology? We asked Drs. Nolan & Eshleman to shed some light.
‘Easy does it’ — That’s the basic rule for effective New Year’s resolutionsDecember 31, 2014 As the year 2014 draws to a close, many of us are thinking about how to break old habits in the New Year. For some expert advice on New Year’s resolutions, we turned to Dr. Laurence J. Nolan, a psychology professor at Wagner College on Staten Island who specializes in the study of eating behavior. His basic advice? Easy does it. “Lifestyle change is hard,” says Dr. Nolan. “Dramatic change is harder — and when we fail, the letdown is devastating. “If you’re concerned about your weight and want to do something about it, set one or two realistic goals for yourself. For
One simple rule for healthy holiday eating: ‘Pay attention’December 14, 2014 How to avoid holiday overeating, when so many good things are on the table? Dr. Laurence Nolan knows!
Five ways to avoid the Christmas bluesDecember 7, 2014 Psychology professor Miles Groth offers a few very practical tips for navigating the emotional byways this holiday season
Wagner College students give Port Richmond restaurant a makeoverNovember 4, 2014 A Wagner learning community, LC2, partners with local restaurateur Maria Morales to paint the interior of Los Potrillos.
This weekend: Symposium on ‘R.D. Laing in the 21st Century’October 25, 2013 This weekend — Oct. 25-27 — Wagner College will host an international gathering of scholars for a conference entitled “R.D. Laing in the 21st Century.” The symposium, which will consider the
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