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The Science Behind Happiness

I came to an immediate halt upon passing through the welcoming doors of Hub 302 on a Thursday afternoon after distractedly bumping into many...

NSF Grant to answer what the world does during the evening

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a three-year grant totaling $454,866 for the continuation of a project led by UCR Professor of Psychology,...

Ape face study refutes popular “use it, or lose it” misconception

Assistant Professor of Psychology Rachel Wu's research investigating perceptual narrowing at the neural level disproves the prevalent idea that we lose certain abilities from...

The Lab: UCR psychologist receives $2.7 million in federal funding

UCR psychologist Sara Mednick and her team of researchers have received about $2.7 million in federal funding for her research on sleep and its...

UCR research shows positive link between child rearing and happiness

A series of studies conducted by researchers from UC Riverside, Stanford University and the University of British Columbia have found that parenting is associated...

UCR psychologist awarded $350k to study CA’s foster care system

UC Riverside Psychologist Tuppett Yates has received a $350,000 grant from the William T. Grant Foundation to study the behavior of emancipated youth from...

UCR study explores link between moral standards and behavior

A recent study conducted by sociologists Jan E. Stets of UC Riverside and Michael J. Carter of Cal State Northridge has proposed a possible...

UCR study explores mentality of non-tenure faculty

There is a growing dissatisfaction among full-time non-tenure track (FTNT) faculty members at colleges and universities, according to a recent study co-authored by UC...