CNN quoted Philip Veliz in “Teen athletes less likely to abuse opiods”.
The Huffington Post quoted Wayne Baker in “Do You Struggle To Ask For Help?”
Jay Ritter and Jerry Davis were quoted by Marketplace in “Why fewer companies are going public with IPOs”.
The Huffington Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “Men Without Full-Time Jobs Are More Likely To Divorce, Study Suggests”.
Sonja Starr was cited by The Atlantic in “When Banning One Kind of Discrimination Results in Another”.
Ronald Inglehart was cited by The Denver Post in “It would be a mistake to ignore Trump voters’ real pain”.
The Washington Post cited Ronald Inglehart in “Elitism won’t defeat Trumpism”.
Miles Kimball was quoted by The Wall Street Journal in “Are Negative Rates Backfiring? Here’s Some Early Evidence”.
The New York Times quoted Carmen R. Green in “Minorities Suffer From Unequal Pain Treatment”.
CNN cited the Institute for Social Research in “How to get your child to apologize and mean it”.
Vicki Freedman was cited by Reuters in “Gaps in active life expectancy remain between black, white Americans”.
FOX News Channel cited Vicki Freedman in “Gaps in active life expectancy between black, white Americans”.
Vicki Freedman was quoted by Philly.com in “For Aging Blacks, ‘Golden Years’ Often Marred by Disability”.
Vicki Freedman was quoted by U.S. News & World Report, among several other publications in “For Aging Blacks, ‘Golden Years’ Often Marred by Disability”.
Scott E. Page was cited by Bloomberg Businessweek in “Brazil Is Still the Country of the Future”.
CNN quoted Kenneth Langa in “Your parents and longevity are linked”.
Sonja Starr was cited by POLITICO in “Koch group asks members to ‘ban the box’”.
Phil Veliz’s article “Is misuse of prescription painkillers among youth athletes leading to heroin use?” was published by The Conversation.
The Institute for Social Research was cited by GlobalPost in “What should women wear in public? That depends on how you ask”.
Michael Traugott was quoted by KOMO-TV Online in “Do presidential election polls tell the whole story?”
Michael Traugott was quoted by WJLA-TV Online in “Do presidential election polls tell the whole story?”
The New York Times cited Sonja Starr in “Ban the Box? An Effort to Stop Discrimination May Actually Increase It”.
The Chicago Tribune cited the Institute for Social Research in “Elderly with no nearby family to help them need safety net”.
Quartz cited the Institute for Social Research in “Denmark has figured out how to teach kids empathy and make them happier adults”.
The Huffington Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “In a Coastal Town in Muslim-Majority Turkey, Turks Are Divided on France’s Burkini Ban”.
The Detroit News quoted Sonja Starr in “Clinton keeps 4-1 fundraising edge over Trump in Mich.”.
Associated Press cited Richard Miech in “Study finds most teens vaping fruity flavors, not nicotine”.
HealthDay cited Richard Miech in “Many Teens ‘Vaping’ for Flavor, Not Nicotine”.
Susan Murphy was quoted by Michigan Radio in “Real-time health app could cut down on doctors’ visits”.
LiveScience quoted Elizabeth Armstrong in “Sexual Assault on Campus: Why College Freshmen Face Increased Risk”.
CBS News Network cited Richard Miech in “What are teens vaping? Some experts are surprised”.
Slate cited Luke Shaefer in “The Odd Conservative Argument That Food Stamps and Medicaid Saved the Poor from Welfare Reform”.