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June 5, 2012 | By Faye Flam, Inquirer Staff Writer
When psychologist Johan Lundstrom decided to test whether there really was an "old people smell" he got good news and bad news. Unfortunately, he found, people can tell the difference in body odor among young, middle-aged, and old people. The good news is people aren't very good at telling which odors came from which age group. Also on the bright side: Women smell no worse as they age and men get nicer smelling after 75. Lundstrom, who works at the University of Pennsylvania and the Monell Chemical Senses Center, said he decided to investigate this matter when giving a recent talk at a retirement home near Philadelphia.
NEWS
April 12, 2012 | BY DAVID GAMBACORTA, Daily News Staff Writer
A SURPRISE was waiting for Beth Grimm in the mail on Monday - a check from the Frontier Virtual Charter High School. It had been about a month since Grimm, a school psychologist who's battling breast cancer, had asked the Philadelphia-based cyber school when she would be paid for evaluation reports that she did earlier this year on students with possible learning disabilities. The 55-year-old Lancaster resident had received no answer to the numerous emails she'd sent to John Craig, the school's founder and chief executive.
NEWS
March 25, 2012 | By Jeremy Roebuck, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jerry Sandusky's behavior exhibited a "pedophile's pattern of building trust," a psychologist told police in 1998 after interviewing one of the former Pennsylvania State University assistant football coach's alleged victims. But after evaluating the same boy, another expert concluded that Sandusky had done nothing that could not be "defined as normal between a healthy adult and a young adolescent male. " Those conflicting analyses - both included in a police report that year on allegations that Sandusky had touched an 11-year-old inappropriately in a locker-room shower on the Penn State campus - suggest a possible answer to one of the central questions to emerge since the former coach's arrest last year on more than 50 counts of child sex abuse.
NEWS
March 25, 2012 | By Monica Yant Kinney, Inquirer Columnist
Of the 40-student cast and crew, nearly half have a friend or family member in the military. So if ever there was a time and place to reimagine Shakespeare's Macbeth as a tragedy of modern war, it's now, at West Chester University. Macbeth himself (Philadelphia senior Jim Vadala) just spent spring break reconnecting with buddies back with their own war stories to share. Shannon Kearns, a junior Gentlewoman, rushes to the computer to check on a deployed pal from the Poconos whenever she hears of a skirmish in Afghanistan.
NEWS
February 3, 2012 | By Naomi Nix, Chicago Tribune
CHICAGO - In her sophomore year at Lake Forest College, Sam Sekulich had reached a breaking point. On top of the pressure she felt from classes and student clubs, she was fighting with her parents and not consistently taking medication for her bipolar disorder. Feeling anxious and overwhelmed, she went to the one place where someone is always listening: Facebook. She posted that she hated life and wished maybe she could just "give up on it. " The help poured in. Friends commented on her post, asking if she was OK. A faculty member at her college checked on her through e-mail.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 24, 2012 | By Howard Shapiro, Inquirer Staff Writer
Isaac is a guy in his 30s who teaches art and has a burning love for a student of his - an 8-year-old boy. What we know from Beautiful Child , the play being done by Fever Dream Repertory at the Adrienne, is little more. During the course of a class, Isaac put his hand on the boy's shoulder, then his finger on the boy's lips. Anything else, we have to assume. In the end, we also have to assume that the painfully awful Beautiful Child has something to tell us, but that gives it undocumented credit.
NEWS
January 21, 2012 | By Sally A. Downey, Inquirer Staff Writer
Leonard Rosen, 95, formerly of Center City, a psychologist who became an artist, died of pneumonia Sunday, Jan. 15, at his home in Bandon, Ore. Dr. Rosen earned a doctorate in psychology from the University of Pennsylvania in 1953. For the next 25 years, he maintained a clinical practice in Camden; was a psychologist at the New Jersey Mental Hygiene Clinic in Camden and for the New Jersey prison system; and was on the staff at Cooper University Hospital. Dr. Rosen was also an instructor at Rutgers University and Glassboro State College, now Rowan University.
NEWS
October 24, 2011 | BY MORGAN ZALOT, zalotm@phillynews.com 215-854-5928
WHEN STUDENTS tell Carmen Marerro they don't want to spend more time in school after getting their high-school diplomas, she draws a timeline of their lives. "I shade in the area from 5 to 22," said Marrero, 43, a curly haired, warm mother of two who is one of the Philadelphia School District's few bilingual school psychologists. "I say, 'What you do here determines how you'll live on the other side.' They don't think about it like that. " Marrero, who was raised by Puerto Rican parents in Hunting Park, began working for the district as a community-outreach coordinator in 1996.
NEWS
October 8, 2011 | By Sally A. Downey, Inquirer Staff Writer
Arthur I. Alterman, 72, of Broomall, a research psychologist who studied substance abuse, died of cancer on Wednesday, Oct. 5, at Bryn Mawr Hospital. Dr. Alterman was a research professor of psychology at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and a senior scientist at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center-University of Pennsylvania Center for Studies of Addiction. For 27 years, he studied substance-abuse treatments at the center, using funding from the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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