Anthropology grad student Akil Fletcher wins National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship for his work on racism in online gaming


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Researchers discover that with less than one-hour of online training, students can expand the way they think about their intellectual abilities and improve their GPAs


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Honor includes two years of funding, international networking, and mentorship opportunities in support of her research on perception


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Research by UCI political scientist Heidi Hardt and co-authors takes a hard look at readings in Ph.D. classrooms and how they matter for underrepresentation of women in academia


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UCI language scientist Judith Kroll finds that a diverse linguistic environment boosts brain sensitivity to new learning, and exposure alone may confer some benefits of bilinguality on single-language speakers


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Payton Huse, sociology, wins competitive National Science Foundation research fellowship


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UCI-led study finds online brain games can extend in-game 'cognitive youth' into old age, enabling seniors to multitask mentally on par with those 50 years younger


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Funding provided by UCI Office of Inclusive Excellence's initiative on confronting extremism


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Nonprescribed psychostimulants impair sleep and working memory, UCI-led study finds


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Bill Maurer, UCI dean of social sciences and professor of anthropology and law, on regulatory warning signs to watch for with Facebook's new cryptocurrency


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