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Studies find children develop characteristically human preferences between ages 16 and 21 months


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Anthropology grad student Guilberly Louissaint explains in The Conversation


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An interdisciplinary UCI team is improving assistive robotic technology for homebound children, limited-mobility adults


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Grants will support early-career research in varied disciplines


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UCI freshman and Dalai Lama scholar Karishma Muthukumar could soon help guide the National Science Foundation's research agenda


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New book by UCI IMTFI researchers shines light on the human impact of mobile money, financial technology


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Young children tend to respond to questions of choice with option presented last


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A UCI-Penn study of nearly 3,000 fourth, fifth, and sixth graders in China revealed strong connections between 30 to 60 minutes of shuteye at least three days a week and positive outcomes in a handful of areas


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Anthropology Ph.D. student Katie Cox receives Most Promising Future Faculty Member award and discusses how collaboration inside and outside of the classroom can change the world


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Negative, positive political rhetoric about immigration affects well-being of targets


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Two-year study funded by the National Science Foundation


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UC Irvine researchers conduct study with five popular fintech apps to determine how Americans interact with financial advising apps


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Competitive campus program will give recipients advanced training in pedagogy, educational development, and job market preparation


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