As the Vice President for Research and Economic Development at Georgia State University James Weyhenmeyer has responsibility for managing the university’s research portfolio and economic development activities. Immediately prior to joining the Georgia State community, he was the Senior Vice Provost for Research and Economic Development at the State University of… more »
CBN receives $3.4 Million to study positive emotions
A John Templeton Foundation grant will support the CBN's investigation of the neurobiology behind the evolution of positive emotions and prosocial behaviors, such as empathy, compassion and cooperation.
A Georgia State University scientist has found in a new study that people tend to falsely identify black men in pictures as criminals, giving new insight as to the reliability of eyewitness testimony in criminal trials.
A Georgia State University scientist has examined the use of skin-bleaching cosmetics containing dangerous substances in Tanzania, and found multiple reasons behind why people engage in the practice despite attempts to curtail it.
Were state policymakers to allow the use of ESPLOSTs to fund local operating costs for schools, ESPLOST revenue could cover between 17 and 31 percent of these funds according to a new study released at the Fiscal Research Center’s Forum on the Future of Georgia School Finance at Georgia State University on November 1.