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psychological science

Roxane Cohen Silver

NSF supports research studying how Russia’s invasion of Ukraine affects Americans

Roxane Cohen Silver leads UCI team awarded a RAPID grant to begin survey

Stephen Schueller

UCI leads development of drop-in mental wellness centers for O.C. youth

Multiple county partners collaborate to implement innovative allcove care model

J. Zoe Klemfuss

NIH awards over $2.5 million for research to improve interviewing of young witnesses

UCI study to focus on questions about the sequence of events in child maltreatment cases

L.L.Bean funds UCI research on the science of awe

Program expands its ongoing efforts to inspire people to spend more time outside

At the 9/11 Memorial at New York City’s rebuilt World Trade Center, a rose adorns the edge of a reflecting pool. The effects of that day’s terrorist attacks are still being felt 20 years later.

How 9/11 changed America

UCI scholars offer insights into how the terrorist attacks continue to impact health, travel, politics and the media

Elizabeth Cauffman, professor of psychological science

National Institute of Justice funds UCI evaluation of new Orange County Jail program

Research will gauge effectiveness of measures to curb recidivism among young men

Jean Ho, postdoc, and psychological science professor Daniel Nation photo: Steve Zylius/UCI

UCI-led meta-analysis identifies hypertension medications that help ward off memory loss

People taking drugs that cross the blood-brain barrier experienced less cognitive decline

Elizabeth Cauffman, professor of psychological science

Making juvenile justice more just

Innovative O.C. Young Adult Court gives youthful offenders a second chance

Chopsticks were used in the study to help subjects hold one of four facial expressions: A. neutral, B. non-Duchenne smile, C. Duchenne smile and D. grimace.

Smiling sincerely or grimacing can significantly reduce the pain of needle injection

Genuine smile also blunts stress-induced physiological responses, UCI-led study finds

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UCI Podcast: The new American political sectarianism

Peter Ditto discusses how everyone can remain level-headed in these tense times