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Studies consider if trigger warnings are emotionally protective

New University of Michigan research finds that some people feel less negative about the content when they receive trigger warnings, but those who believe them to be protective do not feel better for having had these alerts.

- Jared Wadley, Michigan News

Category: Faculty; Graduate

Tags: Psychology; Graduate Student; Allison Earl; Izzy Gainsburg

Quitting Junk Food May Trigger Withdrawal-Like Symptoms

Junk-food lovers who try to cut back on fries or chocolate may experience symptoms similar to drug withdrawal, a new study suggests.

- Cari Nierenberg, Live Science

Category: Graduate

Tags: Psychology; Graduate Student; Erica Schulte

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