UCR In the News
UCR's Sara Becker, an assistant professor of anthropology, helps debunk claims that teens’ smartphone use is causing them to grow “horns.”
Rat Pack no more. The Press-Enterprise interviews Xóchitl Chávez, an assistant professor in the music department at UC Riverside, about the new face of entertainment at casinos.
UCR research that revealed 100 giants planets that potentially host moons capable of supporting life is referenced in an article about the pool of worlds that may be home to extra-terrestrial life.
Ajay Verghese, a UCR assistant professor of political science, asserts in a Washington Post "Monkey Cage" feature that many Hindus support the ideals of Indian secularism.
A study by UCR psychologist has some other interesting findings: Women and men tend to gossip about the same amount. And extroverts are more likely to spend time gossiping than introverts.