Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Psychopaths may have an insensitivity to suffering

Psychopaths may have an insensitivity to suffering

Do psychopathic traits allow people to ignore pain, or simply not care

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UBCO hosts three graduation ceremonies for pandemic graduates
Global population is expected to reach 8 billion next week

Global population is expected to reach 8 billion next week

UBCO sustainability researchers chime in about the world’s burgeoning population

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UBCO hosts Nobel Peace Prize nominee Sheila Watt-Cloutier

UBCO hosts Nobel Peace Prize nominee Sheila Watt-Cloutier

Global leader shares realities of the Arctic with a focus on solutions

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Strengthening Indigenous community through research

Strengthening Indigenous community through research

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UBCO researcher looks at the stigma of prenatal cannabis use
Emo-jional rescue: UBCO researchers create tool to measure the emotion in emojis
UBCO team examines the roots of great wine tourism

UBCO team examines the roots of great wine tourism

Research suggests multi-sensory experiences leave visitors with impressionable aftertaste

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First impressions: Is it a good idea to be yourself?

First impressions: Is it a good idea to be yourself?

UBCO researcher provides tips on how to make the ideal first impression

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UBCO research proves it’s worth the money to pay for a weight loss program