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Pablo Mora, UTA Psych Prof, is Missing, His Car Abandoned at Ray Roberts State Park

The Dallas police are looking for a UT Arlington professor who disappeared two weeks ago and hasn't been seen since.

Pablo Mora, an assistant professor of psychology, was last seen leaving his house in Oak Lawn on September 30. The 41-year-old's car was found abandoned at Ray Roberts State Park in Pilot Point.

Mora has been working on how "cultural factors impact chronic illness management and health outcomes," as well as the effects of post-partem depression on inner-city women.

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