UC San Diego reef sharks

Why sharks need a new soundtrack

Scary sharks may be box-office hits, but a study shows ominous music could be harming conservation efforts.

UC Berkeley tiny house

The psychology behind the tiny house movement

How these buildings reflect their dwellers' values, and why they've taken off.

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What no one ever told you about people who are single is...

A UC Santa Barbara psychologist reveals the science behind a fulfilling single life.

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Loss for words: Art, language and the challenges of living on a changing planet

Is climate change too abstract? A UC analyst says the right vocabulary can help us grapple with the problem.

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Most college students ignore cheating opportunities, UC Riverside study finds

Digital textbook responses reveal studying for the sake of learning is the norm.

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Dedicated student breaks ground with Ph.D., autism research

UC Merced's first African American doctoral graduate balances research with parenting two autistic sons.

UC Riverside sleep memory

Naps can boost memory, study shows

New UC Riverside research finds possible missing link between sleep and improved recall.

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Our brain activity could be nudged to make healthier choices

UC Berkeley scientists capture the moment-to-moment dynamics of how we make decisions.

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The teenage brain on social media

A new UCLA study sheds light on the influence of what peers "like."

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How you argue could make you sick

UC Berkeley researchers find different — but negative — health outcomes, whether you raise your voice or keep a stiff upper lip.

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