Date published: 2/8/2018

A study by Professor Adriana Galván and psychology graduate student Sarah Tashjian, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, is being prominently featured on UCLA’s home page and the UCLA Newsroom. The researchers explain how some people disturbed by the 2016 presidential election have suffered a loss of appetite, trouble sleeping and concentrating, and have become easily annoyed, while others equally disturbed by the election result have not experienced such symptoms of depression. The full article is available at the UCLA Newsroom.

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