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Worms exposed to a cannabinoid became even more interested in the kind of food they already prefer, new University of Oregon research shows.
Adopted children’s genetic characteristics can influence the parenting they receive, according to new research.
School-based depression prevention programs may reduce the risk of depression diagnoses and depressive symptoms in K-12 students, according to new findings from University of Oregon researchers.
The University of Oregon Board of Trustees voted unanimously today to name John Karl Scholz — a distinguished economist, professor, and current provost at University of Wisconsin-Madison — as the university’s 19th president.
The University of Oregon is proud to announce Katie McLaughlin, a professor and influential clinical psychologist, has been selected to lead the Portland-based Ballmer Institute for Children’s Behavioral Health.