• A communication scholar explores the use of entertainment media as therapy for stress, anxiety and hopelessness
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  • In a talk at UC Santa Barbara, Science Friday’s Ira Flatow takes a look at the challenges of communicating the uncertainty of science
  • Researcher receives $549,000 National Science Foundation grant to develop a game that trains players to detect deception
  • The award recognizes sustained contributions to theoretical development or empirical research in communication studies
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    Collaborative, interdisciplinary research has become increasingly central in scientific discovery
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    Among the happiest guinea pigs at UC Santa Barbara are those who play video games and watch soap operas in the name of science. They are at the center of serious research being conducted at the campus’s Media Neuroscience Lab, where neuroscientific...
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