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Peter Suedfeld presented the keynote address for the 2013 Resilience Conference held at Tel Hai College, Upper Galilee in Israel on Jan. 6th. Watch his talk "Indomitability in the Face of Stress".

WEB URL: http://www.psych.ubc.ca/podcasts/peter-keynote.psy?vfile=peter.ogg
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Date Posted: 01/15/13

Michael Souza in the Ubyssey on his interest in the psychology of gambling and creating a new course starting up next Fall.
Michael Souza in the Ubyssey on his interest in the psychology of gambling and creating a new course starting up next Fall.

WEB URL: http://ubyssey.ca/features/our-campus-michael-souza-dissects-the-need-to-be
t-big/

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Date Posted: 01/15/13

Janet Werker in CBS Seattle: Learning two languages at once may confer cognitive advantages to babies.
Janet Werker in CBS Seattle: Learning two languages at once may confer cognitive advantages to babies.

WEB URL: http://seattle.cbslocal.com/2013/01/06/study-babies-know-native-foreign-lan
guage-sounds-at-birth/

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Date Posted: 01/10/13

Stan Coren in The Vancouver Sun: Supercanines, clueless felines and breeding the perfect dog.
Stan Coren in The Vancouver Sun: Supercanines, clueless felines and breeding the perfect dog.

WEB URL: http://www.vancouversun.com/life/Supercanines+Clueless+Felines+Breeding+Per
fect/7605735/story.html

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Date Posted: 01/09/13

Andrew Baron discusses his research and work in collaboration with Toni Schmader on how children learn cultural stereotypes from infancy through adolescence. Aired on CBC The National on Jan. 2nd titled "The Myth of IQ".
Studies in the Living Lab at Science World speak to children's developing cultural intelligence. Andrew Baron discusses his research and work in collaboration with Toni Schmader on how children learn cultural stereotypes from infancy through adolescence.

WEB URL: http://www.cbc.ca/player/Shows/Shows/The+National/ID/2322839118/
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Date Updated: 01/07/13
Date Posted: 12/20/12

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