Student-led project investigates healing benefits of live music

Using a series of weekly 30-minute concerts held in various campus locations, Mindful Music, a community project that features some of UCLA’s most talented music students, aims to shed light on how music impacts personal stress levels.

Got charisma? Look for it in your voice

Studies led by Rosario Signorello, a postdoctoral scholar in head and neck surgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, suggest that anyone can start sounding like a leader with voice training.

UCLA faculty voice: The morality of murder

Anthropology professor Alan Page Fiske writes in an op-ed that the ‘Charlie Hebdo’ attackers, like so many people who use violence, probably thought they were acting righteously.

In sync and in control?

UCLA social scientists found that walking in sync may make men feel more formidable against a potential foe, and they suggest that doing so could play a role in excessive use of force by police.
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