Alain Brunet has pioneered an effective new treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. He is introducing it to Paris, a city still recovering from devastating terrorist attacks.
You would think that anonymity would benefit women using online dating services, but according to research by McGill’s Jui Ramaprasad, it might actually put them at a disadvantage.
Can a computer’s quantitative analysis shed light on some of the inner workings of literature? That’s the mission for McGill professor Andrew Piper and .txtLAB.
Want to convey how you’re feeling? It’s quicker to do it with a roar or a grunt than with words. McGill professor Mark Pell explains the findings of a recent research study.
Want to buy great gifts for your loved ones? Assistant professor of psychology Lauren Human advises you to focus on your interests, not theirs.
Food scientist Lawrence Goodridge is leading an ambitious research effort aimed at dramatically reducing the impact of salmonella, a bacteria that costs the Canadian economy $1 billion.
by Patrick McDonagh How do medical students learn to be doctors? How do nursing students learn to be nurses? The answer seems straightforward. By going to university and studying under the guidance of experts. By going into hospitals and observing seasoned practitioners in action. But how do they learn to master a tricky medical procedure [...]
In her new book, social historian Mary Anne Poutanen, BA’83, MA’86, explores the lives of prostitutes in Montreal two centuries ago.
Research led by McGill’s Fabrice Jollant points to a potential connection between suicide vulnerability and high-risk decision-making in families.
by Andrew Mahon Is music truly universal? If so, you’d think that 40 Canadians in Montreal and 40 Mbenzele Pygmies in the Congo would have more or less the same response to, say, Bernard Herrmann’s frenzied score for the infamous shower scene in Psycho. A McGill/ Université de Montréal research team put that notion to [...]