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On the Move…

Our blog is back in business and in a new location. You can now find us at http://blogs.lib.uconn.edu/allthingsresearch Advertisements

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Pivot–the most comprehensive search for grant funding opportunities

The Office of the Vice President of Research and the UConn Libraries have acquired Pivot, a database for grant funding opportunities. You can search for grant funding in all the major research areas in the social science, sciences and humanities. … Continue reading

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Practicing Perfection: Memory and Music Performance

Practicing Perfection: Memory and Music Performance Tânia Lisboa Royal College of Music, London, UK & Roger Chaffin Department of Psychology, University of Connecticut How do classical musicians perform long programs from memory with note-perfect accuracy? To find out how, we … Continue reading

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Connecticut Women’s Labor Display at Babbidge Library

In Celebration of National Women’s History Month: On display at the Babbidge Library from March 20 – April 13, 2012 All in a Day’s Work: Photographs of Women in Connecticut Industry from the collections of the Thomas J. Dodd Research … Continue reading

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Old Library/New Learning Commons

The Jeremy Richard Library at the UConn Stamford campus got a massive makeover last year.  We removed books (that are online or out of date) from our main floor to make way for our new computer lab, writing/tutoring center, new … Continue reading

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Center of Research Libraries’ Services available to UConn Faculty

The Center of Research Libraries (CRL) is “an international consortium of university, college, and independent research libraries. Founded in 1949, CRL supports advanced research and teaching in the humanities, sciences, and social sciences by preserving and making available to scholars … Continue reading

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New Books for Social Psychology- Intergroup Relations

How does disharmony occur between groups? This question is addressed in Intergroup Misunderstandings: Impact of Divergent and Social Realities. The books’ editors are Stéphanie Demoulin and Jacques-Philippe Leyens of Catholic University of Louvain, and John Dovidio of Yale University (formerly … Continue reading

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