A new study of combat veterans has found that those with severe PTSD symptoms have distinct patterns of physiological responses affecting associative learning.
Daniel Kurtz-Phelan, executive editor of Foreign Affairs and a former speechwriter for Hillary Clinton, will speak as a Poynter Fellow on Jan. 24 at 4:30 p.m.
Campbell, a Yale Divinity School alumnus and the current New Haven police chief, almost became a prison minister. Instead, he became a cop.
Faculty members Bryan Kelly, Julia DiBenigno, and Tristan Botelho study different fields, but they share a commitment to doing work that isn’t just theoretical.
Veterans with PTSD are more likely to seek treatment before their benefit exams than after, but only if they feel positively about the association between them.
Yale researchers have found gene variants in both European and African Americans linked to both suicide attempts and major depression.
A new DHS policy would deter international students from seeking study in America, harming higher education and ultimately the U.S. economy, argues the brief.