Increasingly frequent heat waves are reducing the supply of surface water in the European Alps, according to a study involving UdeM geographer Christoforos Pappas.
Run from UdeM’s School of Social Work, the Observatoire sur les profilages gets a $2.5-million grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
Frequent viewing of pornographic videos is generally not associated with having a mental health problem, a new UdeM study finds.
A new study finds that in Western Europe the COVID-19 crisis has had a bonus effect for the democratic status quo: voters’ support for their governments has actually increased following lockdowns.
More productive, more innovative workers say they’ll keep working remotely after COVID-19 confinement rules are eased, but others say they’d prefer to return to the office, a study finds.
PhiloQuests, an interactive project of Université de Montréal’s Institute of Philosophy, Citizenship and Youth, is now online.
A new statistical technique developed at Université de Montréal suggests that Ontario has 18 times as many cases of COVID-19 and Quebec 12 times as many — close to half a million in total.
Whichever way the progression of COVID-19 is depicted in a chart — as a steep curve or a gradual upward line — Canadians still think it’s a good idea to stay home, a new study finds.
Université de Montréal training counsellor Nathalie Viens discusses the difficulties and challenges faced by those who lose a loved one in a period of confinement.
Stuck at home because of distancing rules for COVID-19, parents should plan the next day's activities the night before so that their children spend less time in front of their screens.