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Noted and Quoted, October 2020

Alan Flurry

A few of the stories we've been following over the course of October, written by or featuring the work of Franklin College faculty members:

Some COVID-19 rule-breakers could be narcissists, experts say — here’s how to approach them – psychology professor Keith Campbell quoted by The Spokesman-ReviewLongview News Journal

A post-presidential debate reality check on carbon dioxide and climate – Marshall Shepherd, Georgia Athletic Association Distinguish Professor of Atmospheric Sciences and Geography, wring in Forbes

Why biodegradable isn’t what you think –Jason Locklin, professor of chemistry, quoted in The New York Times

How to deal if being single has you worried about “biological clocks” and timelines – research by Rich Slatcher, Gail M. Williamson Distinguished Professor of psychology reported by Self Magazine

Gambler’s fallacy can create a false sense of security with risks like COVID-19 or hurricanes – Marshall Shepherd writing at Forbes

Professor’s book finalist for National Book Award –book by Richard B. Russell professor in American History Claudio Saunt –UGA Today

Claudio Saunt discusses "Unworthy Republic" –C-Span

New research links conflict resolution, long-term health – research by Richard Slatcher reported by UGA Today

Maltreatment tied to higher inflammation in girls – research by Katherine Ehrlich, assistant professor of psychology reported by UGA Today,Technology,Alkhaleej Today,Home Health Choices,News MedicalThe Statesman,InfoSurHoy

9 signs that you're a narcissist and don't even know it – Keith Campbell quoted by Business Insider

An early Election Day weather forecast: No “monster” storms are expected – Marshall Shepherd quoted by USA Today

The new science of narcissism – Keith Campbell interviewed on Player FM

Veterans of Iraqi turmoil view protesters with sympathy, concern – Kevin Jones, assistant professor of history, quoted by PressFrom

Geologists dig into question of Martian soil fertility – research led by Laura Fackrell doctoral candidate in geology, reported by UGA Today,WGAU,Popular Mechanics

When the Light of the World Was Subdued, Our Songs Came Through, A Norton Anthology of Native Nations Poetry, coedited by US Poet Laureate Joy Harjo and LeAnne Howe, Eidson Distinguished Professor in American Literature, selected as one of seven Oprah Book Club picks


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