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New book by UCSB scholar examines the impact of globalization on an indigenous group in Mexico
Hispanic Paradox: Research reveals Latinos age slower
Tsimane women and children.
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The Institute for Social, Behavioral and Economic Research (ISBER) is UCSB's Organized Research Unit for sponsored research in the social sciences and, to a lesser extent, other divisions of the university. With over 120 principal investigators and 10 Research Centers, ISBER provides help with conceptualizing, finding funding for, and administering projects.

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