In the News


03.27.2015
Editorial: New study should guide lawmakers: Yes, school funding mattersKirabo JacksonMissourian
03.25.2015
A matter of trust Claudia HaaseImperial Valley News (California)
03.24.2015
Editorial: New study should guide lawmakers. Yes, school funding matters.Kirabo JacksonSt. Louis Dispatch
03.24.2015
Study: Trust grows with ageClaudia HaaseCBS (Philadelphia)
03.23.2015
Two new studies associate aging with increased trust and well-beingClaudia HaaseNews Medical
03.22.2015
Costa column: Defending the First Amendment Morton SchapiroThe Bulletin (Oregon)
03.21.2015
Stop mocking Starbucks’s ‘Race Together.’ It could actually lead to useful conversations about race.Jennifer RichesonThe Washington Post
03.21.2015
Dismantling the towers Mary PattilloTruthout
03.20.2015
50 million users: The making of an ‘Angry Birds’ internet meme Shane GreensteinThe Wall Street Journal
03.20.2015
Trust increases as people get olderClaudia HaaseBusiness Standard
03.20.2015
We get more trusting as we ageClaudia HaaseZee News (India)
03.20.2015
The wrong testEszter HargittaiInside Higher Ed
03.19.2015
Are grumpy old men a MYTH? Researchers find we actually trust people more as we age Claudia HaaseThe Daily Mail
03.19.2015
The grumpy old man stereotype is a lie: Trust increases with age, improves overall well-beingClaudia HaaseMedical Daily
03.19.2015
With age comes not only wisdom, but trustClaudia HaasePacific Standard
03.19.2015
Tesla enters New Jersey with capitalism at wheel: Opening lineLoren GhiglioneBloomberg Business
03.18.2015
How an iPad app can help answer the age-old question: What did you do at school today? Ellen Wartella90.5 Pittsburgh NPR
03.18.2015
Why I won't give my daughter a 'cutesy' girl nameDavid FiglioHuffington Post
03.18.2015
The new face of campus unrestMorton SchapiroThe Wall Street Journal
03.17.2015
If economists were right, you would have a raise by nowMatthew NotowidigdoStandard Examiner (Utah)
03.17.2015
Why can’t ex-cons vote?Traci BurchSlate
03.16.2015
Aging associated with increased trust & well-beingClaudia HaasePsych Central
03.16.2015
The conundrum of corporation and nationBenjamin PageSan Diego Free Press
03.15.2015
Do job-seekers with 'white' names get more callbacks than 'black' names?David FiglioTampa Bay Times
03.15.2015
If economists were right, you would have a raise by nowMatthew NotowidigdoBloomberg Business
03.15.2015
Class in America: Identities blur as economy changesMary PattilloNBC News
03.13.2015
Epigenetics is not revolutionizing biologyChristopher KuzawaPacific Standard
03.13.2015
Kamala Harris calls Prime's bluff in hospital deal's collapseLeemore DafnyLos Angeles Times
03.12.2015
What novel strategy are police trying now? CourtesyWesley SkoganCrain's Chicago Business
03.12.2015
Why can’t romance novels get any love? Eli FinkelSmithsonian
03.12.2015
U.S. corporations have no allegiance to AmericaBenjamin PageSan Francisco Chronicle
03.12.2015
How to beat chronic situation, by scientists Greg MillerThe Guardian (Nigeria)
03.12.2015
Watch how these parents handled crazy toddler tantrumsLauren WakschlagHealth Aim
03.11.2015
America's well-being can't count on corporationsBenjamin PageThe Christian Science Monitor
03.11.2015
What your psychologist wants you to know about your dating appsEli FinkelConnections.mic
03.11.2015
The conundrum of corporation and nationBenjamin PageBaltimore Sun
03.11.2015
Illinois, unions to duel over pension cuts before state's high courtMax SchanzenbachKFGO (Minnesota/North Dakota)
03.09.2015
The conundrum of corporation and nationBenjamin PageEurasia Review
03.07.2015
Men are more narcissistic and entitled than women, according to scienceAlice EaglyThink Progress
03.06.2015
Inexcusable absencesDavid FiglioThe Marshall Project
03.05.2015
What to do about your worst work enemy Brian UzziMoney Talking
03.05.2015
In Armenia the rich rule: Liberal democracy is plutocracyBenjamin PageHetq (Armenia)
03.04.2015
Critics challenge the 'science’ behind online datingEli FinkelSan Francisco Chronicle
02.27.2015
What Fifty Shades gets wrong about money and sexEli FinkelMoney
02.27.2015
Partisan bias about climate change is more prevalent than you thinkJames Druckman, Fay Lomax CookThe Washington Post
02.27.2015
On-demand datingEli FinkelDuluth News Tribune
02.26.2015
Purposeful parenthoodDavid FiglioBrookings
02.25.2015
Politics, science, and public attitudes: What we’re learning, and why it mattersJames DruckmanScience
02.25.2015
Race and beyond: Diversity is coming to a town near youJennifer RichesonCenter for American Progress
02.25.2015
Alcohol is more dangerous than drug dealing or gangsLinda TeplinThe Washington Post
02.24.2015
Born equal? Prenatal care and social mobility David FiglioBrookings
02.23.2015
In egalitarian countries, men say chores are more unfairAlice EaglyThe Big Think
02.20.2015
Six ways to beat chronic stressEdith ChenScience News
02.20.2015
Equal opportunity and the future of our nationKirabo JacksonHuffington Post
02.19.2015
Female entrepreneurs pay themselves less, feel more satisfiedAlice EaglyThe Big Think
02.18.2015
Closing the digital divideEszter HargittaiHuffington Post
02.18.2015
Not just Kumbaya: Multiracial coalitions yield pragmatic results for the common goodJennifer RichesonThe American Prospect
02.18.2015
Age a common hurdle for young mayorsGeorgia KernellChicago Tribune
02.16.2015
Are efforts to limit presidential power in Africa working?Rachel Beatty RiedlThe Washington Post
02.14.2015
Even U of C Medicine and Rush have health insurance problemsLeemore DafnyCrain's Chicago Business
02.13.2015
It really might 'get better' for LGBT teensBrian MustanskiThe Atlantic
02.13.2015
Dating sites just for the gluten-free, Objectivist or mustachioedEli FinkelSan Francisco Gate
02.13.2015
Happy couples are probably deluding themselvesEli FinkelScience of Us
02.13.2015
This Valentine's Day, I'm loving the boyfriend I built for myself Eli FinkelNPR
02.11.2015
This 'King of Love' runs the world's largest dating agency Eli FinkelBusiness Insider
02.10.2015
Apps can speed the search for love, but nothing beats a real dateEli FinkelNPR
02.10.2015
Hospital mergers continued to create larger systems in 2014Leemore DafnyChicago Tribune
02.10.2015
Kids’ brains and bodies are stunted by the use of gadgets Ellen WartellaMarket Watch
02.10.2015
Experts say it's New Madrid's 'fault'Seth SteinDaily Journal (Missouri)
02.07.2015
Here’s why Clinton needs Elizabeth Warren if she runs for presidentBenjamin PageThe Cheat Sheet
02.06.2015
Shazam and Spotify's Grammy picks are more accurate than Billboard's. Here's why.Brian UzziInternational Business Insider
02.06.2015
In defense of TinderEli FinkelNew York Times
02.06.2015
Illinois officials urge earthquake awarenessSeth SteinChicago Tribune
02.03.2015
Is ending segregation the key to ending poverty?James RosenbaumThe Atlantic
02.03.2015
Screen time may damage teens’ sleepEmma AdamReuters
02.03.2015
Light from tvs, computer screens damages sleep: Study Emma AdamNewsMax Health
02.03.2015
Screen time may damage teens’ sleepEmma AdamWHTC (Michigan)
02.03.2015
Would you hire the Super Bowl hero?Lauren RiveraBloomberg View
02.02.2015
Racial generation gap looms large for Az, other statesDavid FiglioTucson Sentinel
02.02.2015
Researchers find the effects of racism cause black people to get a half hour less sleep than white peopleEmma AdamAtlanta Black Star
01.31.2015
New dating apps cut to the chase Eli FinkelSci-Tech Today
01.31.2015
Closing the math gap for boysJonathan GuryanNew York Times
01.30.2015
Plenty good room for Obama library — just not in Washington ParkMary PattilloChicago Tribune
01.28.2015
Why black Americans can’t sleep at night: racismEmma AdamQuartz
01.28.2015
New dating apps cut to the chase, set up dates quicklyEli FinkelLos Angeles Times
01.27.2015
Government Affairs Committee forecasts state and federal challenges in 2015Laurel HarbridgeJewish United Fund News
01.27.2015
Community college students need more support to be successful, research findsJames RosenbaumEducation Week
01.26.2015
The child who won't be called Nutella: what's in a name?David FiglioAOL (UK)
01.22.2015
Is racial segregation legal, if it's not deliberate?James RosenbaumThe Atlantic
01.22.2015
The magic questionShari DiamondSlate
01.22.2015
Racial generation gap looms large for statesDavid FiglioThe Bulletin (Oregon)
01.22.2015
New research shows students do better when schools get more moneyKirabo JacksonAustin-American Statesman
01.22.2015
Holistic approach to education (Part 1)Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe Gleaner (Jamaica)
01.21.2015
Smartphone apps that can help stressed teensEmma AdamHerald Times (Indiana)
01.20.2015
Facts about zincTeresa WoodruffLive Science