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The study found that the quality of people’s sleep affects their positive emotional responses to events in their lives.
The portion of the study conducted by UBC researchers utilized a subject pool consisting entirely of UBC undergraduate students.
The study used the Global Burden of Disease study – the most comprehensive worldwide epidemiological report to date with over one billion data points from 192 countries for 282 different conditions
The study, which was published in the Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, examines three years of Canadian case law in which the victims were girls between the 12 and 17 years old.
A recent study suggested that although there has been an overall decline in youth participation in sports, LGB teens are even less likely to participate in such activities. The study involved 99,373 youth from across BC.
If you think that studying hard is the only way to succeed on your final exams, you're completely wrong. A successful performance on finals depends on a combination of multiple factors which cannot be separated from one another.
Studying in comfort isn’t bad for your grades, but it’s not good for your body. So when you’re picking a studying position and space, put on some pyjamas and get comfy, but make sure to keep your back straight and breathing.
A UBC psychology associate professor found that the rate of re-arrest for those who used psychedelic drugs was significantly lower than that of those who did not. Each participant in the study had a history of substance abuse.
Often in times of depression or loneliness, friends and family tell you to look at the bright side. Well, a new study at UBC finds that this is exactly what you should do.
The long-held view that bicycle helmet laws increase the safety of the public may have been proven wrong by UBC researchers.