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Infant Cognition Research Includes Program for Incarcerated Teen Parents

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Georgetown psychology professor Rachel Barr, who researches learning and memory in infants, helps create a program — using Sesame Street's Baby Elmo — that improves the bonds between incarcerated teen fathers and their children. Read more and watch video.

Book Explores Friends, Enemies and Frenemies

Georgetown professors Fathali Moghaddam and Rom Harrè edit a two-volume book on the psychology of friendships and enmity in love, work, politics and war. Read more.

Ghostly Theme Set for Theater Season

Georgetown's theater and performance studies program begins its season, "Remember Me: A Season of Ghosts and Spirits," with Hamlet, on Nov. 7. Read more.

Global Poverty Among Faculty Topics at TEDx

Steve Radelet, distinguished professor in the practice, was one of 11 speakers to talk about making positive change in the world during TEDxGeorgetown on Oct. 26. Read more.

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