UC Berkeley Twitter trust & safety

UC Berkeley psychologist tapped to foster a kinder Twittersphere

Dacher Keltner is a member of Twitter's new Trust & Safety Council to help the site balance cybersafety and free speech.

Your morals and political facts

When it comes to politics, you’re not as rational as you think

How your moral beliefs become your political facts – even if they're wrong.

Gender gap in STEM UC Santa Barbara

The STEM gender gap is not where you think

A UC Santa Barbara professor seeks to explain why certain countries are more likely to see women in STEM than others.

Shinkendo UCLA

Psychiatrist finds balance on a blade’s edge

When he's not researching schizophrenia, UCLA's Dr. Joseph Pierre is mastering the practice of Shinkendo.

Want to cut down on Facebook? Get more sleep

UC Irvine researchers link compulsive social media checking to lack of sleep.

Successful anti-bullying program identified by UCLA

Study shows Finnish model focused on bystanders is very effective.

UC Berkeley studying

A natural way of making your brain more efficient

New UC Riverside study finds that increasing your attention comes from using newly acquired knowledge.

Yang Yang UCLA

UC faculty rank first among Highly Cited Researchers

Over 160 UC faculty named to the Thomson Reuters list of most influential researchers.

13 UC Davis discoveries that changed the world

Research helps ag, environment and health.

UCLA cyberbullying study

Online bullying: Why don't people intervene?

People on social media are often unsupportive of cyberbullying victims who share highly personal feelings, UCLA psychologists report.

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