Infographics


The Institute for Policy Research is dedicated to disseminating the findings of our faculty's social science research widely—to students, scholars, policymakers, and the public. Below are infographics that visually display key findings from several of our researchers.

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The Affordable Care Act and Emergency Room Access

Matthew Notowidigdo and Craig Garthwaite
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Does School Spending Matter?

Kirabo Jackson
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Race and Gender in Urban-to-Suburban School Busing Program

Simone Ispa-Landa
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Substance Abuse and Dependence After Juvenile Detention

Linda Teplin
figlio Cultural Values Affect Educational Outcomes David Figlio and Paola Sapienza
percheski info Children Living with Uninsured Family Members Christine Percheski
skogan Do Stop-and-Frisk Policies Affect Chicagoans' Trust in Police? Wesley Skogan
eagly Gender-Science Stereotypes in 66 Nations Alice Eagly
penedo For Hispanic and Latino Adults, Chronic Stress Linked to Obesity Frank Penedo
destin For First-Generation Students, Backgrounds Matter Mesmin Destin
galvin Can Stricter State Penalties Reduce Underpayment of Employees? Daniel Galvin
waxman Learning New Words? Linguistic Context Is Key for Infants Sandra Waxman
edgerly In Today’s Complex Media Environment, How Do People Consume News? Stephanie Edgerly
political On the Web, Political Campaigns Target, But Do Not Anticipate a Broad Audience James Druckman
inflammation For African American Teens, Exposure to Discrimination Linked to Inflammation Edith Chen, Greg Miller
breastfeeding Can Breastfeeding Reduce Chronic Inflammation? Emma Adam, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDade
snap How Food Stamps Impact Long-Term Health Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach
warming Knowledge Polarizes Global Warming Debate Among Liberals and Conservatives Fay Lomax Cook, James Druckman
brain A Long Childhood Feeds the Hungry Human Brain Christopher Kuzawa