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‘Lonely in a crowd’ can reduce brain function

Source: Massey University Being lonely in a crowd is worse for cognitive function than being lonely and alone, according to new research by clinical psychology...

Gay men’s health and discrimination researcher awarded

Source: Massey University Professor Michael Ross was awarded a Doctor of Science in recognition of his international career researching issues relating to gay men’s health...

Diversity in neighbourhoods and online spaces

Source: Massey University Topics at the conference include how to create a more inclusive society (Photo by Timon Studler on Unsplash) Diversity in neighbourhoods and workplaces – and online...

Development Studies celebrates 30 years

Source: Massey University Development Studies programme director Professor Regina Scheyvns (centre, front) with current and former staff, current students and graduates at Wharerata, Manawatū campus...

Security, facilities alleviate loneliness – study

Source: Massey University Kāpiti Coast at sunset – a popular place to retire. And aspects of neighbourhood design, like the provision of footpaths and lighting, and...

Cannabis policy experts to speak at public lectures

Source: Massey University The 2020 referendum on cannabis law signals the potential for a major change in policy direction, with signficant health and social implications. Massey...

New degree tackles urgent issue of sustainability

Source: Massey University Professor Regina Scheyvens at a summit in Auckkland on Sustainable Development Goals this week. A new Massey University master’s degree framed around the...

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