When New Hampshire Rep. Janet Wall bought a house, it was her husband's name that appeared on the mortgage. When she applied for a credit card after becoming the breadwinner of her family, the company refused to put the card in her name.
More than 90 percent of high school students reported having the opportunity to intervene in situations of dating or sexual aggression but they did in less than two-thirds of the incidents, according to new research from the University of New Hampshire.
Fifteen deans and other administrators from Chengdu University, UNH's sister university in China, have spent the last two weeks visiting the University of New Hampshire and surrounding areas. They are here to learn about UNH and how their administrative counterparts operate within the American higher education system.
Faculty members in the Department of Psychology have published books this year that together exemplify the wide range of subject-matter that UNH psychologists cover in their research, from the history of psychology to brain and cognition to social psychology.
Assistant Professor of Psychology Katie Edwards has been named the Contributing Editor of the Year 2015 by the American Psychological Association (APA) for the journal "Psychology of Violence." The honor recognizes outstanding contributions by an ad-hoc reviewer based on the quality, quantity and timeliness of reviews.