In the News


05.29.2015
In 2015, most people still think “man” when they think “scientist”Alice EaglyQuartz
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
05.18.2015
The politics of income inequalityBenjamin Page, Fiona ChinWBEZ Worldview
05.18.2015
Want to know the best way to snag your dream job? Lauren RiveraThe Cheat Sheet
05.18.2015
Marriage at a 100-year low — and that's a good thingEli FinkelThe Chicago Tribune
05.16.2015
Is it possible to define love?Eli FinkelNewsweek
05.15.2015
Africa: Burundi case highlights mixed results for term limits in AfricaRachel Beatty RiedlAll Africa
05.11.2015
Smart social programsJoseph FerrieThe New York Times
05.07.2015
No diversity on your Facebook feed? It's you, not the algorithmEszter HargittaiPC Magazine
05.07.2015
Overweight diabetics live longer than slimmer patientsMercedes CarnethonInternational Business Times
05.06.2015
The best way to nab your dream job out of college? Be born richLauren RiveraQuartz
05.06.2015
The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour: How Congress really worksLaurel HarbridgeKCPW (Utah)
05.04.2015
Why Tunisians (don’t) vote for womenAlice EaglyThe Washington Post
05.04.2015
Students need more info on alternatives to baccalaureate path, report saysJames RosenbaumEducation Week
05.04.2015
Congress is more bipartisan than you thinkLaurel HarbridgeThe Washington Post
04.28.2015
Mental health disorders don't predict future violence - except in one group Linda TeplinScience 2.0
04.28.2015
Central banks filled with policy makers with little real-world experience Lauren RiveraGlobe and Mail
04.28.2015
Skokie plans new safety awareness campaignWesley SkoganThe Chicago Tribune
04.28.2015
Mental disorders don’t predict future violenceLinda TeplinHealth Canal
04.28.2015
Bankers shouldn't run central banksLauren RiveraBloomberg View
04.28.2015
Depression does not lead to violent behaviourLinda TeplinThe Indian Express
04.27.2015
Recruiting for advanced placementDavid FiglioWTTW Chicago Tonight
04.27.2015
Levels of housing segregation have changed over past 70 years, sociology professor saysMary PattilloPittsburgh Post-Gazette
04.27.2015
Depression does not lead to violent behaviourLinda TeplinTimes of India
04.26.2015
Could FTC scrutinize LGH-Penn deal?Leemore DafnyLancaster Online (Pennsylvania)
04.24.2015
Older people are happier than you. Why?Claudia HaaseCNN
04.23.2015
Extra extra: Former State Rep. Derrick Smith gets 5 months for briberyBrian MustanskiChicagoist
04.22.2015
Everywhere, hospitals are merging, but why should you care?Leemore DafnyThe Chicago Tribune
04.22.2015
The surprising trait that gets better with ageClaudia HaaseTime
04.22.2015
Northwestern to open HIV research center at Center on HalstedBrian MustanskiThe Chicago Tribune
04.21.2015
What politicians don't get when talking about income inequalityLeslie McCallNational Journal
04.21.2015
Science of learning can help parents, developers grade educational appsEllen WartellaHealth Canal
04.20.2015
Science of learning can help parents, developers grade educational appsEllen WartellaPhys.org
04.20.2015
Unequal until the endJeremy FreeseThe Atlantic
04.18.2015
More Florida private schools become dependent on vouchersDavid FiglioOrlando Sentinel
04.17.2015
Feeding daughters lesser than sonsSeema JayachandranDawn (Pakistan)
04.16.2015
In test for unions and politicians, a nationwide protest on payLeslie McCallSun Herald (Mississippi)
04.15.2015
In test for unions and politicians, a nationwide protest on payLeslie McCallNew York Times
04.15.2015
When men get the baby bluesCraig GarfieldU.S. News & World Report
04.14.2015
Indian American Guggenheim fellows shine in diverse fieldsMonica PrasadIndia West
04.13.2015
India’s preference for sons has created a nation of tiny peopleSeema JayachandranQuartz
04.09.2015
Sex differences and vulnerability: how the male-female divide affects health Alice EaglyThe Guardian
04.09.2015
‘Preference for sons’ could help unlock India’s nutrition puzzleSeema JayachandranThe Hindu
04.09.2015
Explaining Jeb Bush’s ‘Hispanic’ errorEli FinkelThe New York Times
04.08.2015
Online dating's age wars: Inside Tinder and eHarmony's fight for our love livesEli FinkelThe New Zealand Herald
04.07.2015
Online dating's age wars: Inside Tinder and eHarmony's fight for our love livesEli FinkelThe Chicago Tribune
04.07.2015
Online dating's age wars: Inside Tinder and eHarmony's fight for loveEli FinkelSydney Morning Herald
04.06.2015
Online dating’s age wars: Inside Tinder and eHarmony’s fight for our love livesEli FinkelThe Washington Post
04.06.2015
Runoff season enters the homestretchThomas OgorzalekWTTW Chicago Tonight
04.04.2015
Will the SGR fix impact medical malpractice? Michael FrakesIndustry Dive
04.04.2015
Merger faces state, federal scrutinyLeemore DafnyJohn City Press (Tennessee)
04.04.2015
Love online: The games people play in search of partner perfection Eli FinkelThe Australian
04.03.2015
A game of intramural Democratic Party politics plays out in Chicago Thomas OgorzalekThe Conversation
04.02.2015
Election battle plays out in ChicagoThomas OgorzalekMSNBC
04.02.2015
SGR bill unlikely to affect medical malpractice liabilityMichael FrakesModern Healthcare
03.31.2015
The psychology of datingEli FinkelBrain Blogger
03.31.2015
Science study: Life improves with age Claudia HaaseCity Watch (Los Angeles)
03.30.2015
Studies suggest that with age comes a willingness to trustClaudia HaasePBS News Hour
03.29.2015
2016 Hopefuls and wealthy are aligned on inequalityBenjamin PageThe New York Times
03.27.2015
People may grow more trusting with age, study findsClaudia HaaseU.S. News & World Report
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
03.20.2015
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
03.18.2015
Grumpy old men not so grumpy, study showsClaudia HaaseABC News (Chicago)
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
03.13.2015
Epigenetics is not revolutionizing biologyChristopher KuzawaPacific Standard