UC Riverside psychologists’ experiments explain which choice rules daily life
UC Riverside study has implications for children’s television and autism spectrum disorder
Study also shows that straight people prefer to live in places that match their attitudes toward sexuality
UC Riverside study is part of a larger landmark study tracking older adults
When they don’t express negative emotions, women are seen as more effective leaders than men
UC Riverside scientists will use a $2 million NIH grant to study the brain’s locus coeruleus
UC Riverside mouse study shows where in the brain sensory input is transformed to movement
UC Riverside psychologist Chandra Reynolds will lead the five-year research project
John Franchak has long been interested in how learning a new motor skill, such as sitting or walking, changes how infants interact with their surroundings. He has now been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to pursue this research question. The four-year grant of nearly $755,000 will help...
UC Riverside-led study highlights critical role working memory capacity plays in social distancing compliance during early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic
UC Riverside mouse study has implications for treating neuropsychiatric diseases such as ADHD and schizophrenia
UC Riverside researchers’ mouse studies also show how a common nutrient can help babies of alcoholic moms
Roseanne Carmen Rosenthal’s latest achievements have come by chance — or at least that’s what she thinks. But luck alone doesn’t account for the seven courses she took during spring quarter in order to complete her bachelor’s degree — and the 3.36 GPA she earned doing it — while also...
Raven’s Advanced Progressive Matrices, or APM, is a widely used standardized test to measure reasoning ability, often administered to undergraduate students. One drawback, however, is that the test, which has been in use for about 80 years, takes 40 to 60 minutes to complete. Another is that the test kit...