By Patty Wellborn on November 30, 2022
Do psychopathic traits allow people to ignore pain, or simply not care
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By Patty Wellborn on October 13, 2022
Women worry about a doctor’s attitude or lack of knowledge
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By David Trifunov on September 22, 2022
New tool helps professors translate digital communications
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By Nathan Skolski on September 1, 2022
UBCO researcher provides tips on how to make the ideal first impression
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By Patty Wellborn on July 27, 2022
UBCO researchers examine user responses to text-based crisis lines
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By Patty Wellborn on July 11, 2022
Microdosers noted improvements compared to non-microdosing peers
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By Patty Wellborn on June 14, 2022
Team looking at how screen and sleep habits have changed during COVID-19
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By Patty Wellborn on June 24, 2021
New research from UBC Okanagan finds young women who are perfectionistic are more likely to experience body dissatisfaction — a general unhappiness with, and negative attitude towards, their bodies.
By Patty Wellborn on June 23, 2021
New research from UBC Okanagan has determined if a child knows they have safe support from a trusted adult, it significantly increases the chances of that child disclosing they have been sexually assaulted. This likelihood is especially true when the offender is a family member or trusted caregiver.
By Patty Wellborn on May 19, 2021
Turns out the old adage, “monkey see, monkey do,” does ring true — even when it comes to cannabis use. However, when cannabis use involves youth, it’s see, think, then do, says a team of UBC Okanagan researchers.
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