Irving K Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
By Patty Wellborn on January 26, 2023
UBCO research suggests legal system works against survivors of intimate partner violence
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By Viola Cohen on January 16, 2023
International doctoral fellow’s research draws on his practical work investing in social change.
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By Patty Wellborn on December 6, 2022
But it only lasts until images of thin women are shared, warns UBCO researcher
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By Patty Wellborn on November 30, 2022
Do psychopathic traits allow people to ignore pain, or simply not care
The post Psychopaths may have an insensitivity to suffering appeared first on UBC Okanagan News.
By David Trifunov on November 7, 2022
UBCO sustainability researchers chime in about the world’s burgeoning population
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By Viola Cohen on October 17, 2022
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By Patty Wellborn on October 13, 2022
Women worry about a doctor’s attitude or lack of knowledge
The post UBCO researcher looks at the stigma of prenatal cannabis use appeared first on UBC Okanagan News.
By David Trifunov on September 22, 2022
New tool helps professors translate digital communications
The post Emo-jional rescue: UBCO researchers create tool to measure the emotion in emojis appeared first on UBC Okanagan News.
By Patty Wellborn on September 15, 2022
Research suggests multi-sensory experiences leave visitors with impressionable aftertaste
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By Nathan Skolski on September 1, 2022
UBCO researcher provides tips on how to make the ideal first impression
The post First impressions: Is it a good idea to be yourself? appeared first on UBC Okanagan News.
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