Streisand personally kicked off the event with remarks about the current American landscape.
UCLA psychologists suggest that by 25, one’s mode of evaluating the truthfulness of information is pretty much set.
Liberals and conservatives can have positive experiences when they talk politics over the video conferencing platform, a UCLA study shows.
Professor Ramesh Srinivasan joined Frances Haugen and Jeff Orlowski-Yang for the panel, which was part of UCLA’s Common Experience program.
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.
New social media campaign was created by Professor Renee Tajima-Peña and alumnus Jeff Chang.
The messages kids glean from TV can influence their attitudes and behaviors as they grow into their teenage years and beyond, UCLA psychologists say.
Simply targeting influencers and opinion makers isn’t always the best way to get your message across — advertising is key, says professor Gabriel Rossman.
Research brief: According to posts on the discussion board, people have waited longer to visit a doctor.
Online mentions of sourdough, sacrifice and death all surged as the pandemic took hold.
The study found that those who have stayed in during the pandemic were 37% more likely to feel anxious than those who haven’t.
Research brief: Chats on social media can serve as a timely source of data for policymakers aiming to enhance care and outcomes.
Information studies professor says the relationship among technology, politics and societies across the world needs to be reevaluated — now.