A new UCLA study explores the relationship between innate dispositions toward threats, the social environment and responses to COVID-19.
Resources include therapy sessions and a moms support group.
Yes, says a new report by the UCLA Center for Scholars and Storytellers, but only when they approach these topics in a credible, supportive way.
Professor Naomi Eisenberger, who studies how the brain and body react to relationships, looks at isolation during the pandemic.
“Parents should be patient and not expect everything to go back to how it was before,” said UCLA professor Bridget Callaghan.
A Bruin guide to some of this month’s most intriguing events at UCLA.
Study finds bilingual infants become interested in speech at the same age as those learning only one language.
The messages kids glean from TV can influence their attitudes and behaviors as they grow into their teenage years and beyond, UCLA psychologists say.
Psychologist Melissa Brymer recommends clear and detailed communication about changes children can expect in their classrooms and routines.
Online mentions of sourdough, sacrifice and death all surged as the pandemic took hold.
Two UCLA studies reveal how a variety of stressors, both before and during pregnancy, may adversely affect a woman's offspring.
Amid political turmoil, the UCLA study on kindness points to its potential for large-scale healing.
Birthrates, marriage, gender roles will change dramatically in post-pandemic world, scientists predict
The longer COVID-19 continues, the more entrenched these psychological, social and societal changes are likely to be, the study authors suggest.
The late Bernice Wenzel and Wendell “Jeff” Jeffrey, both UCLA professors, were well known for their longtime commitment to the university.
Researchers also found that cognitive behavior therapy was the most effective approach for boosting the immune system.
Yalda Uhls writes that people shouldn’t obsessively fear that screen time is stunting kids’ emotional development.
The work of Shelley Taylor and her colleague Susan Fiske has changed the study of how people think about themselves and the social world.
UCLA study suggests younger kids might be more adept at deciphering nonverbal emotional cues in photographs.
Procrastination is not a character flaw, but it might be something quite revealing.
The findings may help health care professionals better assess those with autism and schizophrenia.
UCLA’s Psychology Tower has been renamed Pritzker Hall in recognition of the gift.
More than three-quarters of the adolescents in a family-focused treatment program recovered from their initial symptoms during the study.
UCLA researchers find that the brain processes fear differently after injury.
Undaunted by bias or condescension, four extraordinary women helped shape UCLA.
UCLA professor Jesse Rissman said the left rostrolateral prefrontal cortex is important in accessing knowledge that was formed in the past and making decisions about it.