School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences


UT Dallas Rises in Forbes' Best Value Colleges List

students at desks in a UTD classroom The University was named among the best values in higher education for its quality, net price, alumni earning and other factors, according to the newly released ranking. read more

Ex-Colonel to Help Lead New Brain Health Campaign

Geoffrey Ling Dr. Geoffrey Ling, a neurologist who has worked on programs for the U.S. government, will spearhead the Center for BrainHealth's latest initiative - to double human brain performance in the next 10 years. read more

Neuroscientists Use Magnetic Stimulation to Amplify PTSD Therapy

John Hart and Michael Motes in the lab In a new study, a team of researchers found that a standard therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder is more effective when paired with transcranial magnetic stimulation of the brain. read more

New Student Government Leaders Focus on Sustainability

Chen and Ramazan pose together outdoors on campus Incoming president Eric Chen and vice president Carla Ramazan hope to engage students in efforts including a freshman bike project and the expansion of common areas on campus. read more

Study: Children with Hearing Loss Face More Bullying

illustration of child with fist-shaped speech bubble Approximately 50 percent of the adolescents with hearing loss said they were picked on in at least one way in the past year according to research by UT Dallas' Dr. Andrea Warner-Czyz. read more

Research Offers Potential Insight into Alzheimer's Disease

PET scan image A new study from the Center for Vital Longevity at UT Dallas offers a window into when increasing levels of beta-amyloid - a risk factor for Alzheimer's disease - might reach tipping points in the brain. read more

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