By: Robert Gore, Visual Arts Librarian and curator of the artists’ book collection in the UCLA Arts Library “There are no limits to what artists’ books can be and no […]
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By: David Taylor, MD Would you agree that movies reflect society’s perceptions of mental illness? Naturally there are many types of films and not every blockbuster, rom-com or documentary is […]
About the Author: Scott Barry Kaufman is a cognitive psychologist investigating the development of intelligence and creativity. His latest book is Ungifted: Intelligence Redefined. Follow on Twitter@sbkaufman. So yea, you know how the left […]
By: Karen Miotto, Professor of Psychiatry in the Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior. She is the chair of the Medical Staff Health Committee. Physicians sacrifice for the privilege […]
By Maxwell James In the last three years I’ve spent at UCLA, I now know the good and bad changes I have experienced have contributed to an overall image of […]
Do you want to win the lottery? Chances are, you answered Yes. Okay, so you’ve got the first part down. It’s a fact, focusing on what you want rather than […]
There is currently extensive use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) — also known as integrative or mind-body medicine — in the United States to sustain well-being in both children […]
The creative arts therapies are uniquely effective in the treatment of trauma. Board certified art therapist Erica Curtis, a leader in the field of art therapy, offers reflections on the power of […]
Jill Bolte Taylor’s TED talk and book — “My Stroke of Insight” — offer vivid and intensely personal recollections of her life-threatening brain hemorrhage. Her stroke shifts a delicate balance […]