ChatGPT currently has over 180 million users as of August 2023. But how does this chatbot work? What are the potential impacts of its use in academia? How could its increasing utlization affect future grads and their careers?
Community healthcare providers in Northeast Ohio are encountering an increase in patients seeking maternal mental health services. Kent State College of Nursing Assistant Professor James Tudhope and his research team aim to make maternal mental healthcare more integrated into regular practice and standard education.
You may have already known that mindful meditation reduces stress and anxiety, helps you sleep better and improves your test taking abilities. But, did you know that it shrinks your amygdala, which is the fear response center of the brain?
Insects, including dung beetles, are essential contributors to our ecosystem, but their populations are facing alarming declines, according to recent research. Kent State University Associate Professor Christie Bahlai, Ph.D., an expert at tracking insect populations, spoke to Nebraska Public Media about the issue.
Kent State University’s Brain Health Research Institute sponsored a Research Skills Workshop, to allow students and faculty to learn how to operate the state-of-the-art technology located in the Integrated Sciences Building.
The Arctic region is particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change, with melting ice sheets having far-reaching consequences. Allyson Tessin, Ph.D., assistant professor in Kent State University’s Department of Earth Sciences, is conducting a study that seeks to shed light on the complex interactions between ice sheets, oceanic ecosystems and global climate patterns.
Kent State University's Brain Health Research Institute hosted its 11th Annual Neuroscience Symposium on Oct. 26-27, where speakers and presenters from academia and private industry discussed the field of brain-machine interface.
My name is Joshua A. Daniel and I am a psychology major with a minor in sociology and a concentration in counseling, and I'm graduating in May of 2024. There are a multitude of reasons as to why I’ve chosen to pursue this path of clinical psychology – the first and most important reason being mental health issues amongst African Americans.
Soon after her decision to major in psychology at Kent State, someone had suggested to Hannah Fender that she should get involved in research as an undergraduate. So, she signed up to work in the research lab of Clare Stacey, Ph.D., associate professor of sociology, looking into how empathy changes over time in medical students. And that's when Fender was first bitten by the research bug.