from 20+ academic disciplines
Calculate your neighborhood’s ‘cognability’
Does your neighborhood help protect your cognitive health as you age? A new tool, an interactive map developed by ISR researchers, allows you to plug in your address and assess how your neighborhood could support healthy cognitive aging under a theory Jessica Finlay and colleagues developed, called “cognability.” Learn more about this research.
ISR consists of five separate but interdependent research centers, each with a particular focus and capabilities.
Projects & Grants
We conduct research in a wide variety of areas. View some of our recent project highlights or explore them all by topic area.
ISR’s faculty experts conduct groundbreaking and wide-ranging social science research — representing more than 20 academic disciplines. Included below are two examples of the type of work being done by members of our team.
September 30, 2022
Contact: Morgan Sherburne, 734-647-1844, email@example.com Surveys of Consumers, 734-763-5224 ANN ARBOR—Consumer sentiment was essentially unchanged in September, just 0.4 index Read more
September 28, 2022
Contact: Jon Meerdink (firstname.lastname@example.org) ANN ARBOR — Hakeem Jefferson’s academic career has been centered around two constants: a deep interest Read more
September 19, 2022
Contact: Morgan Sherburne, 734-647-1844, email@example.com ANN ARBOR—Researchers have been concerned that as the makeup of America’s families grows more complex, Read more