Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Chaney Mosley Synopsis: The assistant professor of agricultural education explains his new role as a member of the Tennessee Farmers..
A new governmental panel designed to help farmers survive the stressors unique to their profession was the subject of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio..
Children whose lives are affected by trauma will be the focus of an upcoming conference for the professionals who try to help those children. MTSU’s..
A federal grant will help MTSU personnel recognize possible mental health issues in students and provide information that could help them. MTSU’s Center for Health..
Talking to oneself might not necessarily be indicative of a problem, and researchers are delving into why people do it. Dr. Tom Brinthaupt, an MTSU..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Tom Brinthaupt Synopsis: The psychology professor explains his research into why people talk to themselves and debunks the myth that..
The guest on a recent “MTSU On the Record” says you’re not necessarily mentally ill if you talk to yourself, either alone or in public. Host..
An MTSU professor is encouraging students, faculty and staff to “stick together” by acknowledging the importance of mental health on quality of life and academic..
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