Research team will model and analyze larger, more complex sets of data


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American Political Science Association awards Solingen 2008 Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award for the best book published in the U.S. on government, politics, or international affairs


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Using a new mathematical framework, researchers suggest they may be able to account for the large number of unknowns that current probability theory does not address; applications in political science, economics, psychology


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UCI Community Knowledge Project, led by Michael Montoya, UC Irvine anthropology and Chicano/Latino studies assistant professor, couples academic research with community action to combat health issues linked to poverty, poor diets


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Q&A with Russell Dalton, political science professor and author of The Good Citizen: How a Younger Generation Is Reshaping Politics


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Mark Kutzbach, 2008-09 Kassouf Fellow, studies solutions to traffic congestion in developing countries caused by increasing incomes


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Study headed by cognitive scientist Mike D’Zmura focused on creating a thought-based communication system; may lead to ability to “speak” without uttering a word; implications extend from healthcare to law enforcement


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Inaugural recipient of the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience's (CCNS) summer fellowship studies what it's like to see - and understand - the world in reverse


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UCI profs share research on changing dynamics of border relations, gang activity and drug trafficking policy


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Why aren't Latinos learning English? Do they really want to take over the Southwestern United States? Political pundits have made their careers debating these questions, but UCI anthropology professor Leo Chavez provides answers and exposes myths in his latest book.


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