Reality has but one side
Political scientist and IPR associate Jordan Gans-Morse argues that a national, bipartisan strategy is needed to protect U.S. cybersecurity.
Research refutes theory linking family income, genetics, brain development
An analysis by IPR education economist David Figlio, IPR postdoctoral fellow Krzysztof Karbownik, and Stanford sociologist Jeremy Freese finds that the influence of genes and environment on cognitive development are the same for everyone, regardless of socioeconomic status.
We're sick of racism, literally
Perceived discrimination takes a physical toll, according to research by IPR developmental psychobiologist Emma Adam. With former IPR graduate research assistant Jennifer Heissel, IPR faculty adjunct Jennifer Richeson, and others, she finds that racial discrimination affects levels of the stress hormone cortisol.