In the Media

What Neanderthals' Healthy Teeth Tell Us About Their Minds

4/19/2016 - Research Associate in Anthropology Cassandra Gilmore and Associate Professor of Anthropology Tim Weaver in BBC Earth.

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4 Reasons to Cultivate Patience

4/14/2016 - Professor of Psychology Robert Emmons in The Huffington Post.

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Why Luck Matters More Than You Think

4/13/2016 - Professor of Psychology Robert Emmons in The Atlantic.

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Effectiveness, Defined Broadly

4/8/2016 - Associate Professor of Economics Scott Carrell in Inside Higher Ed.

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Lawmakers Should Follow Science on Abortion Drug

4/5/2016 - Associate Professor of Sociology Drew Halfmann in The Sacramento Bee.

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How to Make Psychology Studies More Reliable

3/31/2016 - Associate Professor of Psychology Simine Vazire in The Atlantic.

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What is the Most Extroverted US City?

3/30/3016 - Assistant Professor of Psychology Wiebke Bleidorn in BBC Future.

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How Teleportation Could Affect the Brain

2/26/2016 - Associate Professor of Psychology Arne Ekstrom in The Daily Mail.

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Beam Me Up, Scotty?

2/25/2016 - Associate Professor of Psychology Arne Ekstrom on NPR.

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Reconstruction-Era Sites We Shouldn't Forget

2/19/2016 - Assistant Professor of History Gregory Downs in USA Today.

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15 Smartest U.S. Presidents of All Time

2/15/2016 - Distinguished Professor of Psychology Dean Simonton in Business Insider.

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Is There Really a War on Science?

2/15/2016 - Professor of Philosophy Roberta Millstein in Scientific American.

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Loser! Jerk! Insults Fly on Republican Campaign Trail

2/13/2016 - Associate Professor of Sociology Robert Faris in The New York Times.

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Nicole Lovell Case Renews Social Media Concerns

2/3/2016 - Associate Professor of Sociology Robert Faris in The Roanoke Times.

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Which Party Really Benefits From More Immigrants?

2/1/2016 - Professor of Economics Giovanni Peri in The Wall Street Journal.

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