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  • 1.The impact of food advertising on childhood obesity
    The childhood obesity epidemic is a serious public health problem that increases morbidity, mortality and has substantial long term economic and social costs. Research has found strong associations between increases in advertising for nonnutritious foods and rates of childhood obesity.
    Brochure/Pamphlet (November 2010)
  • 2.Psychology Education & Careers Guidebook for College Students of Color
    Offers advice on undergraduate courses, networking, selecting degree programs, and alternatives to graduate school. Also provides a description of subfields in psychology.
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  • 3.Warning signs of youth violence
    Learn how to deal with anger and whether you are at risk for violent behavior, recognize warning signs of violence in others, and discover what you can do to help.
    Brochure/Pamphlet (January 2013)
  • 4.Psychology Education & Careers Guidebook for High School Students of Color
    This brochure is for high school students of color and others who are considering additional education and a career in psychology. It describes the training required, and how to choose a college.
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  • 5.Developing a Successful Mentoring Relationship: Tips for Mentees
    Tips for mentees enrolled in the Disability Issues Office's Mentoring Program on how to develop a successful mentoring relationship, including expecting support but not miracles, honoring your commitment and communicating clearly.
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  • 6.Surviving and Thriving in Academia
    This survival guide to academia is designed to address changes that have taken place during the last 5 years which may dramatically affect the level of success of women and ethnic minorities pursuing careers in academic environments.
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