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Q&A: For black men, wearing a mask may be a health risk greater than COVID-19

UCLA psychology professor Vickie Mays on how to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in black communities.

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Are we wired for romance?

Researchers find out how a newlywed's brain works.

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Professor’s documentary film about refugee family honored at Vienna International Festival

“Songs that Never End” is one of five finalists for best international documentary and can be viewed online through May 14.

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Ready, aim, get hired: Job tips for uncertain times

Tune out negative self-talk and follow these three tips from UC Santa Barbara alum and career expert Dana Manciagli.

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How (and why) coronavirus is changing our sense of time

Radical social changes brought have induced “temporal disintegration,” says psychologist E. Alison Holman.

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The science-backed answer to how to be happy in quarantine

A study reveals the one thing people can do to be just as happy during quarantine.

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Fake news in the time of COVID-19

UC Merced's Donald Barclay helps you cut through the noise.

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Overcoming the ‘us vs. them’ mentality

A student-veteran helps at-risk teens overcome the gang culture mindset of hating ‘the other.’

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An incomplete victory

The 100th anniversary of women's right to vote is coming up — but not all women benefited.

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All along the pipeline, men promote men

At one bank, the cumulative effect of male bonding accounts for 39 percent of the gender pay gap.

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