UCLA researchers create video playlist for YouTube Kids’ anti-bullying programming.
UCLA psychologist Martie Haselton and Jaimie Arona Krems, from Oklahoma State University, explain how evolutionary social science influences the debate.
Liberals and conservatives can have positive experiences when they talk politics over the video conferencing platform, a UCLA study shows.
Can drugs like psilocybin and ecstasy effectively treat depression, addiction and other conditions? UCLA researchers are working to find out.
Research by UCLA, MIT and NIH scientists finds that a machine learning system organizes knowledge in a “very intuitive structure.”
UCLA psychologist Matthew Lieberman explains why people don’t perceive the world the same way others do.
Lara Ray hopes her research will lead to better medications and clinical care.
The seven-year study, led by UCLA psychologists, tracked mothers and their offspring from preconception until the children were 5 years old.
Dr. E. Dale Abel, Robert Bjork and Rosa Matzkin were honored for their distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.
When states increased their minimum hourly wage by $1, divorce rates declined by 7% to 15% among those earning low wages.
Dr. Timothy Fong, co-director of the UCLA Gambling Studies Program, shares insight into how something “fun” can become a devastating addiction for some people.
With 85% of students surveyed reporting “speed-watching,” UCLA psychology researchers designed experiments to gauge their comprehension.
A report from UCLA’s Center for Scholars and Storytellers looks at the intersection of race, class and social mobility in shows popular with teens.
A UCLA psychologist and undergraduate assess the ongoing traumatic impact of Maurice Caldwell’s unjust incarceration.
Too little sleep in the first six months after giving birth can add three to seven years to women’s “biological age,” UCLA scientists report.
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.
“Parents should be patient and not expect everything to go back to how it was before,” said UCLA professor Bridget Callaghan.
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.