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Don’t multitask while you read this

Divided attention does impair memory, but a UCLA study found that people can still selectively focus on what is most important — even while they’re distracted.

May 15: Join a community conversation about mental illness

“Stigma — Lead the Change,” presented in partnership with the nonprofit organization Bring Change 2 Mind, will include presentations from three internationally known mental health experts, who will explore the current challenges and opportunities within the community, on college campuses and beyond.

UCLA marketing prof probes what will make you happier

Cassie Mogilner Holmes has been exploring the relationship between happiness, time and money for almost a decade. She’s looked deeply into such intriguing questions as: Does the meaning of happiness change as people age?

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.
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