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CSUSB professor writes about three subtle signs of a bad relationshipYourTango.comMay 4, 2018
In a column on a lifestyle news website, Kelly Campbell, CSUSB associate professor of psychology and nationally recognized expert on relationships, wrote: “It's difficult to admit that a relationship that started out great and with so much promise has turned into something bad. When we enter a relationship, we’re often wearing rose-colored glasses, focusing on all our partner’s good qualities and ignoring their faults. That’s why our family and friends are typically better at predicting the outcome of our relationships than we are.”
Read the complete article at “3 Subtle Signs You're Stuck In A Bad Relationship.”
CSUSB professor among speakers at Aspen Institute symposium on race in AmericaKFMB (San Diego)/Other news sites nationallyMay 8, 2018
Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino, will be one of the speakers at The Aspen Institute Symposium on the State of Race in America on May 24 at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.
The symposium, presented with Comcast NBCUniversal, is intended to explore new attitudes, opportunities, and challenges for and about people of color in 21st century America. Public discussions will explore two main themes: racial hate speech and the first amendment, and whether political candidates rely too much, or not enough, on people of color in building their platform and campaigns.
Read the complete article at “Issues of Race in America to be Discussed at Aspen Institute Symposium.”