Every year at the Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference, students pursuing bachelor’s degrees … share their research findings and creative vision.
According to Horgan, …“Becoming involved in terrorism can be a rite of passage in certain families. Older siblings often have such an effect on their younger siblings that they want to join them, they want to be part of this adventure.” The phenomenon is not restricted to brothers.
In the study, Seyda Özçaliskan, associate professor of psychology at Georgia State, …examined the gestures used by English- and Turkish-speaking adults who have been blind since birth.
Psychological scientist, Seyda Özçaliskan, explains, “Adult speakers who are blind from birth also gesture when they talk, and these gestures resemble the gestures of sighted adults speaking the same language.