After a day in front of the computer, EmoScienS can give you an assessment of your emotional facial expressions and suggest ways to better regulate your emotions.
A study shows that harsh parenting practices in childhood have long-term repercussions for children’s brain development.
In Montreal, one in four black English-speaking children were in a youth-protection centre in 2011, a study by UdeM graduate Alicia Boatswain-Kyte reveals.
Unable to organize or go to funerals, a significant number of Quebecers who lost a loved one during the pandemic have postponed the mourning process, says UdeM religion professor Jean-Marc Barreau.
UdeM’s Faculty of Medicine is organizing a forum on Black student representation in health science programs.
In a new research series, UdeM social psychology professor Roxane de Sablonnière examines the myriad ways the global health crisis is affecting how we act as citizens and as individuals.
Echoing calls by Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the plan outlines more than 100 measures involving all of the University’s core missions.
Through an online survey, a team led by UdeM professor Robert-Paul Juster is trying to find out how the pandemic is affecting LGBTQ+ people.
Going into kindergarten already well-prepared gives a child advantagesgives a child many advantages later in life and lowers costs for society in the long term, researchers in Canada find.
Some sellers of Illicit tobacco sometimes use the dark Web to establish contacts, but most sell and deliver in person, an UdeM study finds.