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Leading homeless veterans back into mainstream of life

With decades of experience in helping people with psychosis regain their place in society, UCLA neuroscientist Michael Green and his team of 10 psychiatrists, psychologists and other neuroscientists will look for ways to help formerly homeless veterans make the same transition.

Digital technology can be harmful to your health

UCLA Chancellor Gene Block and UCLA psychologist Patricia Greenfield were part of a panel discussing the downside of the digital revolution at a Zócalo/UCLA event at the Museum of Contemporary Art.

Your brain might be hard-wired for altruism

By temporarily inactivating a part of the brain involved in impulse control, the researchers discovered compelling evidence that humans are predisposed to be generous to others.

Why people oppose same-sex marriage

A UCLA psychology study concludes that many people believe gay men and women are more sexually promiscuous, which they may fear threatens their own marriages and their way of life.

UCLA Q&A: The modern mismatch

We live in the shadow of our achievements, says Dr. Peter Whybrow, best-selling author and director of the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA.
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