How does affectionate touch benefit relationships? Brett Jakubiak, associate professor of psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences, looks at whether affectionate touch can help people maintain intimacy and offer responsive social support. Jakubiak focuses on interpersonal support processes…
Center for Health and Behavior announces spring 2011 seminar series
The Center for Health and Behavior (CHB) at Syracuse University announces its spring 2011 seminar series. The series is part of the CHB’s effort to promote health and behavior research, and to strengthen collaborations on campus and within the local community. Speakers represent a range of disciplines and perspectives on health and research.
The seminar series is free and open to SU students, faculty and staff; community partners; and the general public. Lectures take place from noon-1 p.m. in the Peter Graham Scholarly Commons, located on the first floor of E.S. Bird Library. Paid parking is available in SU pay lots, in addition to metered on-street parking in the University area.
Friday, Feb. 18: Military service and later-life health outcomes
- Janet Wilmoth, professor and director, SU Gerontology Center
- Andrew London, professor and chair, Department of Sociology, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
Friday, March 25: Associations among the family environment, self-regulation and school success across the early childhood years
- Rachel Razza, assistant professor, Department of Child and Family Studies, College of Human Ecology
Those interested in receiving an e-mail reminder a few days before each lecture should contact Rebecca Bostwick at email@example.com or (315) 443-4629 to be added to the list.