"I want to write books for children and adults that are entertaining and accessible and get research to the public," says Kristen Randall, who has already designed curriculum for second-graders to study environmental issues.
Binghamton University faculty, staff and students are increasingly in the media spotlight as reporters seek them out for expert comment and to highlight their accomplishments. Topics of expertise cover a wide range, from parenting to evolution and consumer behavior to voting machines. Just as varied are the publications or news outlets seeking our expertise, ranging from small-town to national newspapers and television stations and from local to international radio outlets.
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Steven Jay Lynn, director of the psychological clinic at Binghamton University and distinguished professor of psychology, was featured in More, a women's lifestyle magazine, discussing the success rates of hypnotic treatments. Lynn said that while hypnosis is better than no treatment at all for cigarette addiction, hypnosis has little effect when it comes to treating alcohol problems, drug problems, and morbid obesity. "Hypnosis provides a powerful context for change," Lynn said, "but doesn't necessarily work for everyone."
Last Updated: 11/27/12