Dear DUPRI Colleagues,
New York Magazine's "Science of Us" column interviewed Jessi Streib about her new book The Power of the Past (Oxford University Press, 2015) exploring what happens when people from different classes get married.
Seth Sanders' paper in the February American Economic Review is the subject of an illustrated article on NBCNews.com that details the increased mortality and mor
BBC News, the Washington Post’s Wonkblog and The Economist magazine featured new work by Candice Odgers showing that poor boys growing up in wealthy neighborhoods lie, cheat and fight more than counterparts in poor areas.
Charlottesville Tomorrow has a feature article exploring Candice Odgers’ insights into the fears adults have about childrens’ use of technology and which are actually well-founded.
An investigation of the impact of statewide job loss on adolescent suicide-related behaviors by Anna Gassman-Pines, Elizabeth Oltmans Ananat and Christina M. Gibson-Davis was featured in U.S. News & World Report and other outlets.
Matthew Wolfson states his concerns about nation's economic inequality.