In the News


07.22.2016
Technology doesn’t make people play Pokémon Go in inappropriate places. Rudeness does.Eszter HargittaiThe Washington Post
07.22.2016
Online algebra worse for high-achieving students, study finds Jennifer HeisselEducation Week
07.21.2016
The decline of the American empire and rise of Donald TrumpBenjamin PageThe National Observer
07.21.2016
Can these former felons save Freddie Gray’s violent neighborhood?Wesley SkoganThe Washington Post
07.20.2016
Teen HIV epidemic: CDC finds gay and bisexual males more likely to use drugs, but take same sexual risks as peersBrian MustanskiThe International Business Times
07.20.2016
Calls resume for community policing. What does that actually mean? Wesley SkoganThe Christian Science Monitor
07.19.2016
Going through a breakup? 5 healthy ways to get over itClaudia HaaseHealth and Fitness Cheat Sheet
07.18.2016
Study: Give weak teachers good lesson plans, not professional developmentKirabo JacksonEducation Week
07.18.2016
How good are private schools that take Ohio voucher students? Hard to know David FiglioThe Columbus Dispatch
07.16.2016
Racism, stress, and black deathEmma Adam, Jennifer Richeson, Emily Ross, Katherine EhrlichThe New Yorker
07.16.2016
THE WATCHDOGS: Chicago’s segregated police stationsWesley SkoganThe Chicago Sun-Times
07.14.2016
Did Illinois spend hundreds of millions of dollars giving health insurance to illegal immigrants?Matthew NotowodigdoTampa Bay Times Politifact
07.14.2016
Drug prices still escalating and not stopping any time soonCraig GarthwaiteMarket Place
07.14.2016
Need advice on new education research rules? National board can't help yetLarry HedgesEducation Week
07.14.2016
Chad Aldis commentary: With tweaks, EdChoice will have greater impact David FiglioThe Columbus Dispatch
07.13.2016
Shoe Drop shoe-repair startup buffs up with old-school shines Michael MazzeoThe Chicago Tribune
07.11.2016
Trailblazing women: Claire Calmejane, Director of Innovation, Lloyds Banking GroupAlice EaglyThe Huffington Post
07.11.2016
Is the economy shortening Americans' lives?Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachCBS Money Watch
07.07.2016
How Chicago school construction furthers race and class segregationMary PattilloWBEZ
07.07.2016
Ohio vouchers have mixed impact on student performance, study findsDavid FiglioEducation Week
07.07.2016
Chicago on the BrinkWesley SkoganCity Journal
07.07.2016
Ohio’s voucher students fare worse than public-school peers, study findsDavid FiglioThe Columbus Dispatch
07.06.2016
A cheap, simple experiment just found a very effective way to slow deforestationSeema JayachandranThe Washington Post
06.29.2016
Presidential debates - the medium mattersJames DruckmanPsychology Today
06.29.2016
How you argue could make you sickClaudia HaaseThe Huffington Post
06.27.2016
Christie plan for funding NJ schools widely criticized; Cami Anderson warns of ‘devastating impact’ Kirabo JacksonThe 74
06.27.2016
Health risks higher for LGBT communityBrian MustanskiHealth Day
06.27.2016
A way to cut violent crime arrests in half? U of C lab says yesJonathan GuryanCrain's Chicago Business
06.27.2016
Innovative program cuts violent-crime arrests among Chicago youthJonathan GuryanThe Chicago Sun-Times
06.24.2016
Teachers say turnover, change contribute to culture problems in East Aurora James SpillaneThe Beacon-News (Aurora, IL)
06.24.2016
Why Jennifer Lawrence gets money when she talks (but Hillary is vilified)Alice EaglyThe Hollywood Reporter
06.23.2016
Is middle America due for a huge earthquake?Seth SteinThe Atlantic
06.22.2016
As suburbs shift, funding fights loomDavid FiglioStateside (Pew Charitable Trusts)
06.22.2016
A preverbal baby is way smarter than you thinkSandra WaxmanThe Science of Us
06.22.2016
Can Hillary Clinton turn red states blue? Daniel GalvinThe Atlantic
06.21.2016
Robert B. Reich: A big idea for HillaryBenjamin PageThe Chicago Tribune
06.21.2016
Google will soon diagnose your illnesses in search resultsEllen WartellaWired
06.20.2016
Editorial: A police department that reflects Chicago long overdueWesley SkoganThe Chicago Sun-Times
06.19.2016
Involved fathers matter -- but do they get enough credit?Craig GarfieldUSA Today
06.17.2016
How Monday’s England-Slovakia soccer match just might influence BrexitJames DruckmanThe Washington Post
06.16.2016
Fathers have an impressive effect on children's health Craig GarfieldMedscape
06.16.2016
The welcomed responsibility, benefits of being an involved fatherCraig GarfieldWGN-TV
06.15.2016
What's next for Jet and Ebony?Charles WhittakerCrain's Chicago Business
06.15.2016
Orlando shooting renews debate on blood donations from gay and bisexual men Brian MustanskiThe Chicago Reader
06.14.2016
Why dads are important Craig GarfieldExaminer.com
06.14.2016
The building blocks of learningKirabo JacksonThe New York Times
06.14.2016
Shouting? The 'silent treatment'? How spouses argue Llnked to physical illsClaudia HaaseHealth Day
06.13.2016
What bad relationships can do to your health Claudia HaaseThe Sydney Morning Herald
06.13.2016
Meet the modern dad: Hands-on and clued-in Craig GarfieldThe Chicago Tribune
06.11.2016
Can women in power save the world?Alice EaglyThe Globe and Mail
06.08.2016
Party planning shrinks as child growsRachel Davis MerseyPress Reader
06.08.2016
Does a leader's gender matter?Alice EaglyBBC World Service
06.08.2016
Late-term kids perform better in school cognitive testsDavid FiglioTech Times
06.08.2016
Babies born at 41 weeks display better cerebral activities in school, says studyDavid FiglioScience World Report
06.08.2016
Late-term kids have better cognitive skills, but worse physical healthDavid FiglioHealth News Line
06.08.2016
Children who spend an extra week in the womb do better at school, researchers claim David FiglioThe Daily Mirror
06.07.2016
Listening to speech has remarkable effects on a baby’s brain Sandra WaxmanAeon
06.06.2016
Late-term infants do better in schoolDavid FiglioMed Page Today
06.06.2016
Children born late seem to score better on cognitive testsDavid FiglioMedical News Today
06.06.2016
Babies born late are 'smarter than their peers who are born at full term - but they're at greater risk of physical disability ' David FiglioThe Daily Mail
06.06.2016
Kids born 'late' perform better in elementary and middle schoolDavid FiglioReuters
06.06.2016
Heated marital spats linked to heart problemsClaudia HaaseWTTW-Chicago Tonight
06.02.2016
Chicago home prices: 2003 reduxBrian MelzerCrain's Chicago Business
06.01.2016
Will Cigna and Anthem merge? How health insurance companies pump money into politicsLeemore DafnyThe International Business Times
05.31.2016
The way you choose to argue can impact your healthClaudia HaaseConsumer Affairs
05.27.2016
Mergers in the healthcare sector: why you'll pay more Leemore DafnyThe Los Angeles Times
05.27.2016
What fighting with your s.o. actually does to your bodyClaudia HaaseConnections.Mic
05.27.2016
Andrew Sullivan is blind: It’s elitists who helped give rise to America’s neo-fascist movement Benjamin PageSalon
05.26.2016
Thiel-Gawker fight raises concerns about press freedomJack DoppeltThe New York Times
05.26.2016
What back pain says about your relationshipClaudia HaaseCosmopolitan
05.26.2016
Infants learn better when listening to human speech—or lemursSandra WaxmanPacific Standard
05.25.2016
How couples argue can predict specific health problems later in life, study findsClaudia HaaseThe Science Explorer
05.25.2016
The surprising way arguing with your partner affects your health Claudia HaaseHealth
05.25.2016
What your arguing style says about your future health, according to scienceClaudia HaaseBustle
05.25.2016
Here’s what living near a toxic waste site can do to kds’ gradesDavid Figlio, Clauida PeriscoBloomberg
05.24.2016
Your fighting style could predict future health issuesClaudia HaaseFitness
05.24.2016
The way you argue could predict if you'll get heart problems or back painClauidia HaaseAsk Men
05.24.2016
Giving your partner the silent treatment may cause this major health problemClaudia HaaseElite Daily
05.23.2016
Critics argued with our analysis of U.S. political inequality. Here are 5 ways they’re wrong.Benjamin PageThe Washington Post
05.18.2016
8 big problems for women in the workplace Lauren RiveraThe Chicago Tribune
05.17.2016
How kids learn resilienceKirabo JJacksonThe Atlantic
05.17.2016
Carlos Slim keeps it in the family as grandkids join boardsBernard BlackReuters
05.17.2016
Donald Trump and the ‘Ideal Woman’ Alice EaglyThe Atlantic
05.16.2016
Humans are animals, tooSandra WaxmanNPR
05.16.2016
Education Week interview: Morton Schapiro, president of Northwestern UniversityMorton SchapiroCBS Chicago
05.16.2016
Hate networking? Try these 4 thingsBrian UzziFinancial Reivew
05.16.2016
Why luck matters more than you might thinkBenjamin PageThe Atlantic
05.13.2016
Tax refund delays could sting working poorDiane Whitmore SchanzenbachMarket Place
05.11.2016
Tax-refund delays seen hitting low-income households Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe Wall Street Journal
05.11.2016
50 percent of teens report feeling 'addicted' to their phones. Are they?Ellen WartellaThe Oklahoman
05.11.2016
Crowdsourcing to get ideas, and perhaps save moneyElizabeth GerberThe New York Times
05.09.2016
The diplomas—and jobs—Washington wants to killJames RosenbaumThe Wall Street Journal
05.03.2016
The real reason some people end up with partners who are way more attractiveEli FinkelThe Washington Post
04.25.2016
Can more money fix America's schools?Kirabo JacksonNPR