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Relationships Can Reduce Stress’s Effects

Wednesday, November 2, 2016 23:40
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It’s long been argued that good relationships can buffer stress and facilitate physical health. U.S.C. Ph.D. student Kelly Miller’s research is strengthening that case.

She’s the winner of the 2016 Davison Award for Excellence in Science-Based Clinical Practice and recipient of a five-year National Science Foundation Fellowship. Pacific Standard named her one of “Thirty Top Thinkers Under 30.”

She is the first of my PsychologyToday.com Up-and-Comer interviews.

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