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Friday Evening Presentation via Zoom of ‘1948: Creation and Catastrophe,’ January 26, 2024, 7 pm
Alaska Peace Center
Jan. 22, 2024

The Alaska Peace Center will host a showing of the documentary “1948: Creation and Catastrophe,” filmed by Andy Trimlett and Ahlam Muhtaseb, CSUSB professor of media studies. The film is an hour and 25 minutes long, and will be followed by discussion.

Here’s why people cheat, according to experts

According to Kelly Campbell, professor of psychology (currently interim vice provost for academic affairs) at California State University, San Bernardino, there are several reasons why people cheat. But before we dive into the specific motivations, it's important to highlight that cheating, and its definition, actually varies from person to person.

Given the multifaceted nature of cheating, Campbell says it's crucial for every couple to discuss what infidelity means to them. "It's important to know how your partner defines it. Men tend to get more upset about physical infidelity, while women value emotional disclosure.” 

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