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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 08, 2022

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A study by UC Berkeley and Google researchers found that across various cultures, people express similar facial expressions in specific social situations, such as protests, weddings and funerals.
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A study by UC Berkeley and Google researchers found that across various cultures, people express similar facial expressions in specific social situations, such as protests, weddings and funerals.
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While mental health issues are frequently stigmatized as a symptom of weakness rather than genuine illness, leading professionals and student advocates assert that the emotional toll of 2020 has posed a legitimate threat to our well-being.
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While mental health issues are frequently stigmatized as a symptom of weakness rather than genuine illness, leading professionals and student advocates assert that the emotional toll of 2020 has posed a legitimate threat to our well-being.
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Nine UC Berkeley faculty members from a wide range of departments were elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, or AAAS, on Thursday.
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Nine UC Berkeley faculty members from a wide range of departments were elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, or AAAS, on Thursday.
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Three leading UC Berkeley psychologists discussed approaches to coping with the emotional side effects of the coronavirus pandemic in a livestream as a part of a campus virtual conversation series Friday.
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Three leading UC Berkeley psychologists discussed approaches to coping with the emotional side effects of the coronavirus pandemic in a livestream as a part of a campus virtual conversation series Friday.
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Keltner teaches the Human Happiness class (LSC160V/PsychC162) here on campus, and his lab, the Berkeley Social Interaction Lab, investigates positive emotions.
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Keltner teaches the Human Happiness class (LSC160V/PsychC162) here on campus, and his lab, the Berkeley Social Interaction Lab, investigates positive emotions.
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How have UC Berkeley professors spent their favorite summers? Read on to find out what campus faculty have done during their most memorable summers.
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How have UC Berkeley professors spent their favorite summers? Read on to find out what campus faculty have done during their most memorable summers.
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A team of UC Berkeley researchers recently released a study on nonverbal exclamations, identifying a rich and varied language from unspoken vocal expressions, including the sigh.
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A team of UC Berkeley researchers recently released a study on nonverbal exclamations, identifying a rich and varied language from unspoken vocal expressions, including the sigh.
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My most memorable first day of school was my first day as a graduate teaching assistant. — John Kihlstrom, professor emeritus of psychology
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My most memorable first day of school was my first day as a graduate teaching assistant. — John Kihlstrom, professor emeritus of psychology
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What do illegal camping, bilingual sailing lessons and Robert Kennedy have in common? They each could be your path to a future university professorship — or, at least, they each were part of a UC Berkeley faculty member's road to success.
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What do illegal camping, bilingual sailing lessons and Robert Kennedy have in common? They each could be your path to a future university professorship — or, at least, they each were part of a UC Berkeley faculty member's road to success.
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UC Berkeley professor Dacher Keltner sheds light on the universality of emotional experience and the importance of new discoveries in the field.
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UC Berkeley professor Dacher Keltner sheds light on the universality of emotional experience and the importance of new discoveries in the field.
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