Latest University of Granada Stories
Conducted at the Department of Developmental and Educational Psychology from the University of Granada, the research reveals that the negative effects on the caregiverâ€™s physical, psychological and social development are highly associated with previous life history between caregiver and care receiver.
Researchers of the University of Granada have conducted the most complete worldwide analysis of the chemical composition and evolutionary state of a spectral type R carbon star.
Those students who think aloud while solving a mathematical problem can solve it faster and have more possibilities of finding the right solution that those who do not do it.
A doctoral thesis carried out at the University of Granada has proved that a mental training based on mindfulness â€“an emotional self-regulating tool that consists in focusing on what we are doing, thinking about or feeling at every moment- helps to fight against psychological diseases such as anxiety, depression, concern or complaints about health, very common among secondary education teachers, and is very positive for emotional regulation.
Researchers of the University of Granada have developed an intelligent engine searcher to catalogue the documentary collections of the Andalusian Parliament.
Scientists from the Biological Station of DoÃ±ana (CSIC) and the have characterized the population genetic diversity of an animal species (a mouse, in this case) in its whole distribution.
Researchers at the University of Granada have found a suicide gene, called 'gene E', which leads to the death of tumor cells derived from breast, lung and colon cancer, and prevents their growth.
Scientists at the University of Granada have identified and characterized for the first time different antioxidant compounds from foods such as olive oil, honey, walnuts and a medicinal herb called Teucrium polium.
The use of stem cells in regenerative medicine is not always beneficial for human health, it may even be harmful according to a work done by the University of Granada and University of LeÃ³n.
Children who eat fish more than 3 times per week show a worse performance in the general cognitive, executive and perceptual-manipulative areas.
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