December 2015

James Lepkowski was quoted by Associated Press in “From AIDS to x-rays, survey’s questions covered the gamut”.

FOX News Channel quoted James Lepkowski in “From AIDS to X-rays, survey’s questions covered the gamut”.

Robert Willis was cited by MSN in “5 Reasons to Start a Business After You Retire”.

Terri Orbuch was cited by Houston Chronicle Online in “In-law bylaws: Keys to getting along well”.

Oscar Ybarra was quoted by MSN News in “Terror attacks have cost the travel industry $8.2 billion”.

Michael Traugott was quoted by Business Insider in “Two new Iowa polls showed wildly different results for Donald Trump”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by TIME in “The Myth of ‘Retirement Planning’”.

Miles Kimball was quoted by The Wall Street Journal in “Less Than Zero: Living With Negative Rates”.

Yvonne Terry-McElrath was quoted by Reuters in “Kids eat more veggies when salad bar is in lunch line”.

The Detroit News quoted Christian Davenport in “Trump’s Muslim ban finds supporters in Michigan”.

Neslihan Uler was cited by The Wall Street Journal in “The Surprising Relationship Between Charitable Giving and Taxes”.

Mary Gallagher was quoted by The Christian Science Monitor in “Beijing eyes pollution, but is the government transparent enough?

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by The Scientist in “Earnings for New PhDs”.

Mary Gallagher was quoted by Bloomberg in “China’s Biggest Polluters Face Wrath of Data-Wielding Citizens”.

Rowell Huesmann was quoted by The Washington Post in “Why violence is so contagious”.

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by News Journal Online in “Survey: Teens still intrigued by e-cigarettes”.

The Daily Journal – Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Survey: Teens still intrigued by e-cigarettes”.

KXTV-TV Online mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “Survey: Teens still intrigued by e-cigarettes”.

Equities.com cited the Institute for Social Research in “Drug Use Declines Among American Youth: Teen Use of Ecstasy, Heroin, Synthetic Marijuana, Alcohol, Cigarettes All Decreased”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Equities.com in “National Survey: Teen Abuse of OTC Cough Medicine Remains at Lowest Level”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Observer & Eccentric Newspapers – Online in “5 things you need to know Wednesday”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by The Wall Street Journal in “Cigarette Smoking Down Among High School Students, Study Finds”.

The New York Times quoted Lloyd Johnston in “Report Finds Less Misuse of Painkillers by Teenagers”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by NCBI in “High School Seniors Now More Likely to Smoke Pot Than Cigarettes”.

The Washington Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “High school students are using drugs and alcohol at near record low levels”.

Lloyd Johnston was quoted by the Detroit Free Press in “Teens still intrigued by e-cigarettes”.

Fort Worth, Texas: The City’s Magazine – Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Curiosity is primary motivation behind trying e-cigarettes among teenagers: Survey”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Reuters Online in “National Survey Shows Youth Cigarette Smoking Again Falls to Record Low, but E-Cigarettes and Cigars Threaten Progress”.

CBS News Online, among several other news outlets, cited the Institute for Social Research in “Survey reveals new trends in teen drug and alcohol use”.

Detroit News Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “UM survey: National teenage use of illegal drugs falls”.

The Christian Science Monitor quoted Mary Gallagher in “Is China cracking down on pollution violators?

Scott Atran was quoted by NPR in “The Psychology Of Radicalization: How Terrorist Groups Attract Young Followers”.

Yvonne Terry-McElrath was quoted by MSN in “How To Get Kids To Eat Their Veggies In School”.

Phoenix New Times Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Legalization Sparks No Significant Increase in Teen Marijuana Use”.

Detroit Free Press cited the Institute for Social Research in “Population estimates would cost Mich. seat in House”.

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by Detroit News Online in “Mich. population rebound is slowing, Census shows”.