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Feb 22 2018 | New York Times | Posted In: Exercise, Health, Media, Voices of MBL
"[Zahrt and Crum] found a strong correlation between people’s dying early and their believing that they were relatively inactive, even if their accelerometer data indicated that they were getting as much exercise as others their age in this group."

MBL Honors Thesis Students Awarded Sterling Prize

Jan 30 2018 | Stanford University | Posted In: Friends of MBL
Rina Horii ('18) and Steve Rathje ('18), both honors thesis students in the Mind & Body Lab, were awarded the J. E. Wallace Sterling Award for Scholastic Achievement. The Sterling Award is one of Stanford's most selective recognitions of a student's overall academic performance.
Dec 29 2017 | APS | Posted In: Media
The APS Rising Star designation is presented to outstanding psychological scientists in the early stages of their research career. This designation recognizes researchers whose innovative work has already advanced the field and signals great potential for their continued contributions.

Alia Crum awarded Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant

Dec 1 2017 | Robert Wood Johnson Foundation | Posted In: Health, Health Care
Alia Crum, along with Stanford Collaborators Alana Conner, Jennifer Eberhardt, and Hazel Markus, were awarded a grant by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation titled "Harnessing Mindsets to Improve Americans' Health and Healthcare."
Oct 12 2017 | Robert Wood Johnson Foundation | Posted In: Health, Voices of MBL
Alia Crum publishes blog post illuminating the ways mindsets influence health, and how we can use them to improve well-being.

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