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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
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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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Rachel Dwyer What, Me Worry? Young Adults Get Self-esteem Boost From Debt
Released June 3, 2011
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people and society graphic Happiness Has a Dark Side
Released May 16, 2011
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photo of an interviewer Persuasive Speech: The Way We, Um, Talk Sways Our Listeners
Released May 14, 2011
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people and society graphic Highest Percentage of Americans in Four Decades Say Financial Situation Has Gotten Worse
Released April 14, 2011
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people and society graphic Study Finds Public Relatively Unconcerned About Nanotechnology Risks
Released April 12, 2011
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Tess a body simulator Surveys Confirm Enormous Value of Science Museums, 'Free Choice' Learning
Released April 7, 2011
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image of a river Are We Really Communicating Uncertain Climate Risks?
Released March 31, 2011
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image of a boarding pass and an airplane landing Ticket to Ride
Released March 21, 2011
Science Nation
capuchin monkeys Aging Rates, Gender Gap in Mortality Similar Across All Primates
Released March 10, 2011
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photo of primates Age Affects Us All
Released March 10, 2011
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people and society graphic New Study Shows Government Spending Preferences of Americans
Released March 9, 2011
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Kelly Garrett Web Use Doesn't Encourage Belief in Political Rumors, but E-mail Does
Released March 7, 2011
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people and society graphic Study Shows That Defensive Military Alliances Enhance Peace
Released February 10, 2011
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Georgia Tech's Marcus Nanotechnology Building Web of International Collaboration Boosts Worldwide Nanotechnology Research
Released December 11, 2010
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people and society graphic A Positive Step in the Face of Uncertainty
Released December 10, 2010
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Wesley Shrum filming in Kenya LSU Sociologist Produces Documentary on Kenyan Election Violence
Released November 23, 2010
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On left, image of hands cutting money bills with scissors; on right, hands holding a wad of bills. Tightwads and Spendthrifts: A Black Friday Tradition
Released November 16, 2010
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people and society graphic Hostile Environments Encourage Political Action in Immigrant Communities
Released November 2, 2010
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Kevin Lewis and Andreas Wimmer Study: Race Plays a Minor Role in Forging Facebook Friendships
Released October 29, 2010
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James Fowler Researchers Find a 'Liberal Gene'
Released October 27, 2010
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Photo of a wind farm near Lamar, Colo. Universities Receive Grants to Study Climate Change Decisions
Released October 21, 2010
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