In the News


07.02.2015
Are we in the golden marital age? Eli FinkelThe Globe and Mail
07.02.2015
According to science, there's no such thing as dating 'out of your league'Eli FinkelThe Huffington Post
07.01.2015
Want to date someone much hotter than you? Become friends firstEli FinkelFusion
07.01.2015
Friends turned lovers depend less on attractivenessEli FinkelPsych Central
06.30.2015
Move over, Shakespeare—science has insights into love, tooEli FinkelThe Atlantic
06.30.2015
Hot or not? Depends how long you've known each otherEli FinkelThe Chicago Tribune
06.30.2015
Alan Grayson hedge funds skirt ethics ruleBernard BlackPolitico
06.29.2015
For couples, time can upend the laws of attractionEli FinkelThe New York Times
06.28.2015
DOJ girds for strict review of any health-insurer mergers Leemore DafnyThe Wall Street Journal
06.25.2015
A threat to us all: White fear of a browner America is dangerousJennifer RichesonEbony
06.25.2015
Insurance subsidies remain, but so do health law questionsLeemore DafnyThe New York Times
06.25.2015
Health insurers poised for merger maniaLeemore DafnyMinnesota Public Radio
06.24.2015
Health insurers that win merger race likely to get regulatory OKLeemore DafnyIndianapolis Business Journal
06.23.2015
Health insurers seen in merger race to win antitrust approvalLeemore DafnyBloomberg Business
06.22.2015
Anthem confident, but experts see antitrust hurdles to Cigna dealLeemore DafnyThe New York Times
06.22.2015
Assessing the link between psychiatric disorders and violence Linda TeplinMD
06.22.2015
Anthem confident, but experts see antitrust hurdles to Cigna dealLeemore DafnyReuters
06.21.2015
Health mergers could cut consumer optionsLeemore DafnyThe Wall Street Journal
06.21.2015
Insurance premiums on ACA exchanges could rise dramatically next yearDavid DranoveHealthline
06.19.2015
Do men and women lead differently?Alice EaglyChief Learning Officer
06.19.2015
Better off dad: the biological changes of fatherhoodChristopher KuzawaNational Post (Canada)
06.17.2015
Love at first byte/The secret science of online datingEli FinkelCNBC
06.16.2015
‘Sesame Street’ gives kids lessons that lastDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachDurango Herald (Colorado)
06.16.2015
American marriages are much better — and much worse — than everEli FinkelScience of Us
06.16.2015
These statistics illustrate the persistent class divide at Britain’s elite firmsLauren RiveraQuartz
06.16.2015
Not laughing out loud? Blame your genesClaudia HaaseDiscovery News
06.13.2015
How to make online dating workEli FinkelThe New York Times
06.11.2015
Most people think 'man' when they think 'scientist' - how can we kill the stereotype?Alice EaglyThe New Zealand Herald
06.10.2015
5 amazing ways your stress hormones help you every dayEmma AdamThe Huffington Post
06.10.2015
Teens more satisfied with answers from parents than Google Ellen WartellaDeseret News
06.10.2015
Sesame Street's educational impact is comparable to preschool, study findsDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe Daily Journal (Illinois)
06.10.2015
High-tech helpline for teens in crisisEllen WartellaCBS News
06.10.2015
Libertarianism is for white men: The ugly truth about the right’s favorite movement Jennifer RichesonSalon
06.10.2015
Cooking has a place in human evolutionChristopher KuzawaThe Wall Street Journal
06.08.2015
The surprising reason why some people smile moreClaudia HaaseYahoo News
06.08.2015
Study finds kids less likely to fall behind in school due to ‘Sesame Street’ Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachCharleston Daily Mail
06.08.2015
Laughter, depression share genetic traitsClaudia HaaseThe Sacramento Bee
06.08.2015
Democracy demoralizedBenjamin PageThe Huffington Post
06.07.2015
Study: Kids can learn as much from ‘Sesame Street’ as from preschoolDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe Washington Post
06.06.2015
Is Blue Cross' parent company too big, or not big enough?Leemore DafnyCrain's Chicago Business
06.05.2015
Me, myself and Mx.Alice EaglyThe New York Times
06.05.2015
Humor is genetic, study saysClaudia HaaseU.S. News & World Report
06.04.2015
Fewer young men fathering children outside of marriageCraig GarfieldNews Nine (Oklahoma City)
06.04.2015
Giggle gene discovered by UC Berkeley researchersClaudia HaaseCBS San Fransico Bay Area
06.04.2015
Fewer young men fathering children outside of marriage: CDC Craig GarfieldPhilly.com
06.03.2015
Inequality troubles Americans across party lines, Times/CBS poll findsLeslie McCallThe New York Times
06.03.2015
Genes determine whether you are quick to laugh or smileClaudia HaaseBig Think
06.03.2015
Tendency to laugh could run in the family: study Claudia HaaseAstro Awani (Malaysia)
06.03.2015
Bursting into laughter easily could be in your DNAClaudia HaaseMid-Day (India)
06.03.2015
Don’t smile enough? Blame your parentsClaudia HaaseFusion
06.03.2015
Over 80% ff teens turn to the internet for their health concerns, but parents are still the 1st stopEllen WartellaMedical Daily
06.03.2015
US bringing up the middle on gender-science stereotypingAlice EaglyPhys.org
06.03.2015
Teens trust Dr. Google and go online to seek for health informationEllen WartellaTech Times
06.03.2015
Most teens rely on the internet for health information: surveyEllen WartellaLatino's Health
06.03.2015
Internet emerges as teens’ best friend; helps them allay health concernsEllen WartellaMaine News
06.03.2015
Teens go online for health information: studyEllen WartellaInternational Business Times
06.02.2015
Are our emotional reactions hardwired?Claudia HaasePsych Central
06.02.2015
Do you giggle & laugh a lot? It’s all in the genes apparently Claudia HaaseInquisitr
06.02.2015
New Northwestern research identifies the funny gene Claudia HaaseChicagoInno
06.02.2015
Four out of five teens use Internet for health informationEllen WartellaUPI
06.02.2015
Most teens seek health info online: surveyEllen WartellaU.S. News & World Report
06.02.2015
84% teenagers turn to Internet for health informationEllen WartellaTechie News
06.02.2015
Teenagers rely on internet to provide them with health informationEllen WartellaUtah People's Post
06.02.2015
Study: Nearly third of teens changed health habits based on online searchEllen WartellaThe Washington Post
06.02.2015
Majority of teens surf the web for answers to health questionsEllen WartellaFox News
06.02.2015
Teenagers seek health information online, but don’t always trust itEllen WartellaThe New York Times
06.01.2015
Get the giggles easily? Blame your genes: Genetic variant enhances how people react to funny - and sad - situations Claudia HaaseThe Daily Mail
06.01.2015
Academic freedom under siegeMorton SchapiroHuffington Post
06.01.2015
No separation: Can the church calm the crisis in Burundi?Rachel Beatty RiedlPacific Standard
05.31.2015
Social Media and dating apps may be the reason behind an uptick in STDs... or are they?Brian MustanskiTech Times
05.31.2015
Academics seek a big splashSeema JayachandranThe New York Times
05.30.2015
Should dating apps help promote safe sex?Brian MustanskiNewsweek
05.30.2015
Guess who doesn’t fit in at workLauren RiveraThe New York Times
05.29.2015
Polarization: Have Democrats moved left faster than Republicans moved right?Laurel HarbridgeThe Christian Science Monitor
05.29.2015
Why all those Harvard kids are consultants, even when they don’t really want to beLauren RiveraBoston.com
05.29.2015
In 2015, most people still think “man” when they think “scientist”Alice EaglyQuartz
05.28.2015
An ‘enormous’ increase in classroom technology for the littlest learnersEllen WartellaThe Hechinger Report
05.28.2015
When kids hear 'scientist,' most think 'man.' How can we end this stereotype? Alice EaglyThe Christian Science Monitor
05.28.2015
Most people think ‘man’ when they think ‘scientist’ – how can we kill the stereotype? Alice EaglyThe Conversation
05.26.2015
This tax credit will help public schools improve: Cuomo's proposed incentive for private-school scholarships is portrayed as an attack on public schools. Wrong.David FiglioThe New York Daily News
05.26.2015
Bullish on 2040Morton SchapiroThe Chronicle of Higher Education
05.26.2015
America slouches toward plutocracy James DruckmanAl Jazeera
05.25.2015
Silicon Valley’s lawmakerShane GreensteinThe Wall Street Journal
05.25.2015
The search for a blood test for depressionEva RedeiMotherboard
05.23.2015
India has more uneducated people than anywhere in the world – partly because of a preference for sonsSeema JayachandranScroll.in (India)
05.22.2015
Science still seen as male profession, according to international study of gender biasAlice EaglyScience
05.22.2015
How elite students get elite jobsLauren RiveraMarketplace
05.22.2015
India has more illiterates than anywhere in the world—partly because of a preference for sonsSeema JayachandranQuartz
05.22.2015
U.S. marriage rates are the lowest in a centuryEli FinkelDuluth News Tribune
05.21.2015
Marriage rates are the lowest in a century, but one researcher calls that good newsEli FinkelSalina Journal (Kansas)
05.20.2015
Study: substance use disorder a predictor of violent behaviorLinda TeplinJuvenile Justice
05.20.2015
I'm cranky and I know itClaudia HaaseThe Huffington Post
05.19.2015
Our ancestors were babysitters Christopher KuzawaNautilus
05.19.2015
Long-term gains seen for kids who move out of povertyJames RosenbaumEducation Week
05.18.2015
STEM gender stereotypes common across the worldAlice EaglyU.S. News & World Report