How gender bias corrupts performance reviews, and what to do about it
IPR psychologist Alice Eagly's research on gender differences in leadership style could help reduce gender bias in performance reviews.
Ready or not (for kindergarten), some research says, enroll anyway
"Academic redshirting"—when parents hold their kids back from kindergarten—is "generally not worth it," explains IPR economist Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach.
'Organ on a chip' re-creates the female menstrual cycle
Oncofertility specialist and IPR associate Teresa Woodruff and her colleagues have created an innovative 3-D model of the female reproduction system that could fuel new research and drug development.
Can requiring a post-graduation plan motivate students? Chicago thinks so.
Schools must provide supports for high schoolers to succeed post-graduation, finds IPR social psychologist Mesmin Destin.
Breakthroughs arise from a precise mix of old and new knowledge, say scientists
Kellogg professors Brian Uzzi and Benjamin Jones, both IPR associates, find that the most-cited research articles rely on a "specific mix of old and new research."