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|Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies||From its inception as a concentration to its present status as an integrative major, the Jewish Studies program at The University of Texas has been designed to reflect the … more|
|Science, Technology, and Society||Science, Technology and Society is an interdisciplinary program in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Texas at Austin. Their aim is to give students, faculty, … more|
|Sexual Learning Laboratory||The Sexual Learning Laboratory is primarily concerned with the investigation of General Learning Principles though the use of the Sexual Behavior System. We use domesticated … more|
|Sexual Psychophysiology Laboratory||Language and sexuality; sexual dysfunction and anti-depressants; the impact of past experiences on language and female sexuality; the effects of hysterectomy on the subjective … more|
|Similarity and Cognition Laboratory||The Similarity and Cognition Lab, run by Art Markman, does research on how people see things to be similar to each other and how the way that we can compare things affects … more|
|Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology||a scientific society committed to understanding interactions between behavior and neuroendocrine function to advance understanding of behavioral neuroendocrinology.|
|Solar Energy Laboratory||The solar energy program at the University of Texas at Austin resides within the Mechanical Engineering Department. The Solar Energy Laboratory was established in 1982 and is … more|
|Star Formation Group|
|Stengl "Lost Pines" Biological Station||The Stengl “Lost Pines” Biological Station (SLP) is a satellite facility of Brackenridge Field Laboratory (BFL), administered through the Section of Integrative … more|
|Studies on Alcohol, Health and Risky Activities (SAHARA) Laboratory||Under the direction of Dr. Kim Fromme, the SAHARA Lab focuses on the study of alcohol use and other risk-taking behaviors (e.g. risky sex, aggression/violence, illicit drug … more|