April 2016

U.S. News & World Report quoted Anthony King in “Mindfulness Training May Ease PTSD”.

The Institute of Social Research was mentioned by Houston Community Newspapers – Sugar Land Online in “National Institute of Health: Survey results also say…”

The Atlantic quoted Luke Shaefer in “The End of Welfare as We Know It”.

Vicki Freedman was cited by Forbes in “Men Are Living Longer, More Active Lives Than Ever Before. The News Is Not So Good For Women”.

Spring Observer – Online, as well as several other news outlets, cited the Institute for Social Research in “MADD reminds parents of importance of talking with children about alcohol”.

James S. Jackson was quoted by BCNN1 in “The Black Church Has Long Been a Place Where Meals Serve Fellowship with Obesity”.

Vicki Freedman was cited by Auburn Reporter – Online in “Men must learn to cope with longer lives | Gustafson”.

Houston Community Newspapers – Sugar Land Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “MADD reminds parents of importance of talking with children about alcohol”.

Vice Magazine – Online cited Paula Fomby in “Does Living with Step- or Half-Siblings Make Children More Aggressive?

The Denver Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “Bridge jobs are making retirement a process, not a one-time event”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Home News Tribune Online in “Parentally Speaking: Youth and alcohol – Are you aware of the problem?

The Huffington Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “Help Our Kids Avoid the Snares of Social Media”.

Thomas Buchmueller was quoted by The New York Times in “Despite Fears, Affordable Care Act Has Not Uprooted Employer Coverage”.

New York Post quoted Amanda Sonnega in “’Hip’ Airbnb turns out to be a bonanza for seniors”.

Michael Traugott was quoted by WJLA-TV Online in “Superdelegates face tough choices if Sanders winning streak continues”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Bustle in “6 Reasons You Shouldn’t Feel Bad About Wanting To Spend Your Weeknights Alone”.

Vicki Freedman was cited by The Advocate Online in “Latest Health Research”.

Ulitzer cited the Institute for Social Research in “Beer Institute, Brewers, Beer Importers Recognize Alcohol Awareness Month”.

Arthur Lupia was quoted by The New York Times in “Doorstep Canvassing Can Shift Views on Transgender Rights”.

The Huffington Post mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “A Scientific Study Is About To Expose The Absurd Sexism In STEM”.

Luke Hyde was quoted by Patch in “Temper Tantrums May Be More Than Terrible Twos: Researchers”.

Sandusky Register Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Business roundup”.

Beverly I. Strassmann was quoted by The New York Times in “Fathered by the Mailman? It’s Mostly an Urban Legend”.  

The Telegraph quoted Luke Hyde in “Why the ‘terrible twos’ could be the first step to a life of crime”.

Investment Magazine cited Scott Page in “The importance of diversity in good governance”.  

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by AZCentral.com in “My Turn: Poll says Bruce Merrill will be missed”.

The Detroit News quoted Anthony King in “Healthy Body Healthy Mind expo lets women de-stress”.

The Globe and Mail quoted Dan Kruger in “To have, to hold, to avoid STDs: Science tackles evolution monogamy”.

The New York Times quoted Sunghee Lee in “Poll of British Muslims Reveals Startling Views, but Some Question Methodology”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by AHA News Online in “Tobacco Use Among Middle and High School Students – United States, 2011-2015”.

David Dunning’s “Why the Internet isn’t making us smarter – and how to fight back” was published by The Conversation.

The Wall Street Journal cited the Institute for Social Research in “The Math of Retirement Saving and Spending”.

The Washington Post published Anna Grzymala-Busse’s article titled “Why would Poland make its already strict abortion law draconian?

Michael Traugott was quoted by WJLA-TV – Online in “Choosing presidential candidates ‘feels like democracy,’ but reality is more complicated”.

The Atlantic quoted David Johnson in “The Secret Shame of Middle-Class Americans Living Paycheck to Paycheck”.

Newsweek mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “The Year in Weed: A Month-by-Month Breakdown”.

The Voice quoted Paul Mohai in “Reporting the reporters: Getting the ‘glue’ of the Flint story”.

Bloomberg View quoted Jerry Davis in “Big Companies Still Employ Lots of People”.

The Wall Street Journal quoted Brady T. West in “How Uncle Sam Conducts Surveys”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by TIME in “Happiness Among Retirees Is Declining, No Matter If You’re Rich or Poor”.

The Huffington Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “Early Retirement May Be The Kiss of Death, Study Finds”.

Jerry Davis was cited by The Washington Post in “Big business fears campaign-trail criticisms putting policy priorities at risk”.