Scholarly Interdisciplinary Studies Article!

While looking through the library database, I was able to find an article about interdisciplinary studies that I found to be very interesting. The article “The Influence of the ‘Trier Social Stress Test’ on Free Throw Performance in Basketball: An Interdisciplinary Study.”  written by Nicolas Mascret and many others showed that Interdisciplinary studies is an […]

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Interdisciplinary Success Story: Positive school climate.

After reading “Social Workers’ Leadership for Positive School Climates via Data-informed Planning and Decision Making” by Laura Hopson and Hal Lawson I was able to see the success of what an multidisciplinary view can create. A study was conducted on 485 students from grade 7 to 10th. 104 school personnel were involved in the study. […]

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Psychology and where it all started

Psychology is defined as the scientific study of the mind and its functions, especially those affecting behavior in a given context. Psychology is a discipline that studies the mind.The epistemology of Psychology is the use of research to find patterns in the mind. The content being studied for psychology is the mind and behaviors. During […]

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Psychological Approaches to Workplace Health

The title of my program is Psychological approaches to healthy living in the work place. The purpose of my program is to bring in different perspectives of a health related field with psychology. I am currently a second semester student who recently switched to interdisciplinary studies. During my fall semester, I was told about the […]

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The more eyes the better: Interview with Rebecca Busanic

During the past week I got the chance to meet with Rebecca Busanich. Professor Busanich was the first person to come to my mind when we were asked to perform a interview with a professor here at Plymouth State University. Last semester I decided to make the change and join the IDS program. While I […]

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