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Zheng Wang demonstrates physiological responses Your Body Doesn't Lie: People Ignore Political Ads of Candidates They Oppose
Released September 17, 2012
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Jackson Square, Roxbury, Mass., in the late 1950s ASU Criminologists Examine Lives of 1950s Era Gang Members
Released September 10, 2012
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people and society graphic Environmental Groups Should Pool Efforts to Reach the Public
Released July 26, 2012
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Zheng Wang Study Shows Why Some Types of Multitasking Are More Dangerous Than Others
Released July 23, 2012
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image of a stack of books and apples Yale Study Concludes Public Apathy Over Climate Change Unrelated to Science Literacy
Released May 29, 2012
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image of an iPhone OMG! Texting Ups Truthfulness, New iPhone Study Suggests
Released May 16, 2012
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people and society graphic Blood Drives Do Better With Incentives, Says University of Toronto Study
Released May 2, 2012
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Zheng Wang Multitasking May Hurt Your Performance, But It Makes You Feel Better
Released April 30, 2012
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image of the stock market New Software Matches More Kidney Donations, Faster
Released April 30, 2012
Science Nation
people and society graphic CREATE Researchers Study Costs of "DirtyBomb"
Released April 24, 2012
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people and society graphic Minority Administrators, School Personnel Key to Engaging Immigrant Parents
Released March 8, 2012
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image of an abandoned warehouse MIT Research: The High Price of Losing Manufacturing Jobs
Released February 24, 2012
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 Patricia Gober Climate Change Takes Back Seat to Decision-making in Water Security Says ASU Researcher
Released February 17, 2012
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people and society graphic Who's Wealthy? Beyond Net Worth, Asset and Debt Levels Change Our Perceptions
Released January 10, 2012
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Illustration of an old man wearing a top hat holding a Christmas stocking filled with cash. United States Ranks 20th in Holiday Spending
Released December 22, 2011
Press Release
Image showing college students' tastes and social networks on Facebook. Facebook Helps Researchers See How Friendships Form
Released December 19, 2011
Press Release
people and society graphic Stress in Early Pregnancy Can Lead to Shorter Pregnancies, More Pre-term Births and Fewer Baby Boys
Released December 8, 2011
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Image of seated child with three cyberbullies each with belt lock rising from her laptop. Foiling the Plan of a Cyberbully
Released November 22, 2011
Discovery
people and society graphic That's Gross! Study Uncovers Physiological Nature of Disgust in Politics
Released November 2, 2011
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Linda Jackson Video Game Playing Tied to Creativity
Released November 2, 2011
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Image of row houses along a street in a working class neighborhood. Improved Living Environments Can Reduce Health Problems for Women and Children
Released October 19, 2011
Press Release
image of row houses Moving Poor Women to Lower-poverty Neighborhoods Improves Their Health
Released October 19, 2011
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people and society graphic Americans Move Dramatically Toward Acceptance of Homosexuality
Released September 28, 2011
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Linda Jackson Parents' Behavior Linked to Kids' Video Game Playing
Released September 7, 2011
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image of a man holding papers Tolerance Grows for a Wide Variety of Groups, Except for Muslim Extremists
Released August 25, 2011
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Photo of two children at the edge of Kibale National Park, Uganda. Living on the Edge of Poverty and National Parks
Released August 22, 2011
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image of a brain and food Think Healthy, Eat Healthy: Caltech Scientists Show Link Between Attention and Self-control
Released July 26, 2011
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image of Red Cross workers Decoding Disasters: Are We Prepared for Another 9-11?
Released July 18, 2011
Science Nation
people and society graphic Talking 'Green' Can Help Candidates Win Votes, Stanford Study Finds
Released July 7, 2011
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Photo of vendors selling their goods at an open air market in the Philippines. Can Small Loans Reduce Poverty?
Released June 9, 2011
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