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Public Deliberation Study Offers Potential for Higher Vaccination Rates


A new project by University of Guelph researchers looking at how to encourage public discussion of vaccination may also lead to higher vaccination rates, says the lead researcher.

The study will examine how best to engage people, including parents, in public deliberation about controversial topics, utilizing vaccination as a case model, said psychology professor Kieran O’Doherty. The study received a $100,000 grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research last summer.

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Teaching Our Children to Read - A Word from Professor Emeritus Mary Ann Evans

How do young kids learn to read – and how can we help them?

U of G psychology professor emeritus Mary Ann Evans has been researching these questions for decades now. Her early studies focused on grade one reading development, but a comment from a parent added a new perspective.

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