Eugene Heath (Philosophy) recently published an essay, “Being Serious about Being Good,” in Julian Friedland’s collection, “Doing Well and Doing Good: The Human Face of the New Capitalism” (IAP Press, 2009).
Glenn Geher (Psychology) published a study that shows that men and women are both good and bad at guessing what the other sex wants in choosing a relationship partner. The study is based on data collected from more than 400 young adults and appears in the current issue of Evolutionary Psychology.
Jeff Reinking (Biology) co-authored a journal article titled “Nuclear Receptors Homo sapiens Rev-erbβ and Drosophila melanogaster E75 Are Thiolate-Ligated Heme Proteins Which Undergo Redox-Mediated Ligand Switching and Bind CO and NO.” The paper appears in the July 28, 2009, issue of Biochemistry (American Chemical Society Publishing). Co-authors from the University of Toronto and the University of Wisconsin-Madison contributed to the work.