Dietrich College of Humanities & Social Sciences
The CMU study shows that mindfulness meditation reduces Interleukin-6, an inflammatory health biomarker, in high-stress, unemployed adults.
Carnegie Mellon is embarking on a five-year, $12 million research effort to make computers think more like humans.
“Lo & Behold: Reveries of the Connected World” will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.
Anderson will receive the 2016 Atkinson Prize in Psychological and Cognitive Sciences.
New research published in the PNAS reveals that religious beliefs might instead promote interfaith cooperation.
Seventeen Pittsburgh-area high school and college students were recognized for their poetry and prose describing their personal experiences with racism and discrimination.
Research by CMU economists finds that the “ostrich effect” takes over when markets are down.
An innovative brain imaging study has uncovered new evidence explaining why "theory of mind" deficiencies are present in ASD children.
According to a Carnegie Mellon study, eating lettuce is over three times worse in greenhouse gas emissions than eating bacon.
Redesigned and less complex forms, coupled with a reminder, led to a 22 percent greater participation rate from those eligible to receive the credit.
The medal recognizes technical leadership and contributions to fundamental theory, practice and standardization for engineering real-time systems.
A team led by CMU behavioral economist George Loewenstein investigated the impact of making people aware that they were being nudged toward a particular decision.
CMU’s Center for Human Rights Science has secured over $1 million in funding to develop tools to collect, analyze and disseminate information gathered from human rights media.
The award will support David Creswell's research to identify novel and effective treatments for lonely older adults.