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Bernice Pescosolido IU Study: "Backbone" of Mental Illness Stigma Common in 16 Countries Studied
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Kevin Lewis and Andreas Wimmer Study: Race Plays a Minor Role in Forging Facebook Friendships
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Released April 1, 2010
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Tim Hallett Gossip in the Workplace: A Weapon or Gift, Says New Research From IU
Released October 28, 2009
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Nicholas Christakis The Genes in Your Congeniality: Researchers Identify Genetic Influence in Social Networks
Released January 26, 2009
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Released October 1, 2008
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Released July 14, 2008
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Released August 7, 2007
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Released August 2, 2007
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