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The Diabetes Micro-Clinic Project: Community Awareness and Ownership in the Developing World

Daniel Elias Zoughbie, Haas Scholar 2005 - 2006 : Urban Studies, Middle Easter Studies (minor)

During a recent stay in the West Bank, Daniel identified a staggering diabetes problem with serious gaps in treatment delivery and diabetes education. Consequently, he intends to establish and document approximately twenty “micro-clinics” composed of small groups of Palestinian diabetics meeting in designated houses or businesses for the purpose of diabetes... Read More

An Exploration of Emotional Contagion in Infants

Margaret Zvanut, Haas Scholar 2002 - 2003 : Psychology

Emotional contagion is defined as “the tendency to automatically mimic and synchronize facial expressions, vocalizations, postures and movement with those of another person.” It is a major means by which one human being comes to feel and behave in the same fashion as another, and may be fundamental to empathy and prosocial behavior. For Maggie’s Senior Honor’s... Read More