Goals can differ in some fundamental ways, as can our reactions when we achieve them or fail to achieve them. Duke Psychology & Neuroscience Professor Angie Vieth dives into the effects our goals can have on our emotions.
We tend to think of stress as a bad thing that affects our health and well-being. But is that always the case? Duke Psychology & Neuroscience Professor Bridgette Hard says that the way we think about stress makes a huge difference in how stress affects us.
The Child and Infant Learning and Development (CHILD) Studies Group at Duke University is a group of research labs discovering fascinating things about how children grow and learn. We welcome volunteers between the ages of 2 months and 6 years old for our studies.