Amy Chang

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Stress is present in everyday life in various forms and situations. Two stressors frequently investigated are physiological and psychosocial stress. Besides similar subjective and hormonal responses, it has been suggested that they also share common neural substrates. The current study used activation-likelihood-estimation meta-analysis to test this(More)
Training Scientists to Make the Right Moves is a resource for universities, professional societies, and other organizations interested in helping early-career scientists become successful managers of research programs. It presents a menu of ideas—gleaned from experienced training event organizers—for planning, delivering, and evaluating programs in(More)
I. INTRODUCTION Research and development in undergraduate science, mathematics, engineering, and technology education would probably benefit from more exchange of information among workers in different disciplines. may have something to learn from biologists and vice versa. However, there are evidently no biological counterparts to the physicists' (A)(More)
A number of national reports, including Vision and Change in Undergraduate Biology Education: A Call to Action, have called for drastic changes in how undergraduate biology is taught. To that end, the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) has developed new Curriculum Guidelines for undergraduate microbiology that outline a comprehensive curriculum for any(More)
The Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) is designed to support undergraduate students' professional development as future scientists. Juniors, seniors, and postbaccalaureates who attended ABRCMS during 2008-2011 were emailed a link to an online questionnaire in which they reported their experiences at the conference.(More)