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Lisa Bombarda: 2015 CSD Scholarship Winner

April 22, 2015 by | News

The winner of the 2015 Baldwin Scholarship is Lisa Bombarda, a first-year graduate student at Chapman University’s Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) Masters Program, soon to be housed at Crean College . She lives in Anaheim, attended Rosary High School in Fullerton, and earned her undergraduate degree at UCLA. She was introduced to the Scottish

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Honoring Those Who Give Life to Science, Donor Memorial Ceremony

April 8, 2015 by | News

My donor taught me… “The amazing complexity of the human body and how generosity can continue beyond death.” Crean College’s Department of Physical Therapy students read cards aloud to honor the individuals that have selflessly given their bodies to further health science education. Some with moving statements, others marked with respectful humor regarding their

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Big Data, Big Discoveries: Nonlinear Datapalooza Event

February 9, 2015 by Molly Fitzpatrick & Jessica Arnaldo | Events

Living in a world of big data and discovery, individuals are prone to ask the question, “What do I do now?” You may have spent hours collecting the data, though it may also be very overwhelming, leaving you with many unanswered questions. In the first non-didactic conference of its kind, Datapalooza was held by the Society for

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Psychological Well-being Effect on Diabetes Risk

January 22, 2015 by | News

Dr. Julia Boehm, Assistant Professor for Crean College , Department of Psychology was recently published in Health Psychology, a respected journal publication of the American Psychological Association . Dr. Boehm’s research investigates the association between psychological well-being and incident diabetes. Creating the first study of it’s kind, associating positive psychological health to the probability

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Dr. Frederick Jealousy Research Receives Widespread Media Attention

January 20, 2015 by | News

Dr. David Frederick, Assistant Professor of Psychology for Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences received worldwide media attention for his recent research findings.  A total of 63,894 participants ages 18-65 years completed the survey, in the first large-scale examination of gender and sexual orientation differences regarding infidelity and jealousy.  The pu blished research

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Students & Alumni Honored at DPT White Coat Ceremony

January 14, 2015 by | News

January 9 th brought a new generation of scholarly students to Chapman University’ s renowned Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)  program. One of the longest running and highly prestigious DPT programs in the United States, only the top 5% were accepted and will continue 87 years of tradition and excellence this upcoming year. Welcoming the Class of

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Chapman Faculty Researches Sexual VS. Emotional Infidelity

January 12, 2015 by | News

Ever wonder what makes your significant other jealous? Are you the one who gets jealous, but don’t know why certain situations make you more envious than others? Learning to trust more or gaining the trust of others might be on your ‘New Years Resolutions’ list. It may be helpful to start the new year understanding feelings from the beginning. According

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DPT Welcomes New Students!

January 6, 2015 by | News

January 5, 2015 marked the start of Crean College’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program 2015 new student cohort. Familiar faces greeted each other as many students had previously met at the October 2014 luncheon. Held at the The Harry and Diane Rinker Health Science Campus , the DPT Student Orientation welcomed the

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Chapman University Publishes Research on Jealousy – Impact of Sexual vs. Emotional Infidelity

January 5, 2015 by Sheri Ledbetter | Uncategorized

In the largest study to date on infidelity, Chapman University has learned men and women are different when it comes to feeling jealous. In a poll of nearly 64,000 Americans this study provides the first large-scale examination of gender and sexual orientation differences in response to potential sexual versus emotional infidelity in U.S. adults. According

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