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Giving food pantry clients choices – and gently nudging them toward...

Caitlin Caspi, University of Connecticut and Marlene B. Schwartz, University of Connecticut Food banks and pantries across the U.S....

Why I use the NRA as a case study for how...

Elizabeth Schmidt, University of Massachusetts Amherst The National Rifle Association keeps getting itself into trouble by flouting the best...

Service dogs can help veterans with PTSD – growing evidence shows...

Leanne Nieforth, Purdue University and Marguerite E. O'Haire, Purdue University As many as 1 in 5 of the roughly...

Most couples still make decisions together when they give money to...

Jacqueline Ackerman, IUPUI and Jon Bergdoll, IUPUI The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work.

Why cash payments aren’t always the best tool to help poor...

Heath Henderson, Drake University The concept is simple and seductive: Give people cash, lift them out of poverty. It’s...

Citizen scientists are filling research gaps created by the pandemic

Theresa Crimmins, University of Arizona; Erin Posthumus, University of Arizona, and Kathleen Prudic, University of Arizona The rapid spread...

What is food insecurity?

Caitlin Caspi, University of Connecticut Among the many striking images from the pandemic is an aerial photo showing cars in seemingly endless rows lined up...

People take better care of public places when they feel like...

Suzanne Shu, Cornell University Takeaways · People can feel “psychological ownership,” a sense of personal attachment, even for parks and other public places. · These feelings lead...

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Yanny or Laurel? It’s your brain not your ears that decides

Jennell Vick, Case Western Reserve University As a speech scientist, I never thought I’d see so much excitement on social media about one tiny little...