February 2016

Anne Pitcher was cited by The International Business Times in “Can Angola’s New Steel Mill Save Its Economy? As Oil Prices Plunge, Luanda Looks To Diversify”.

Brian Min was mentioned by NDTV India in “US Scholar Maps Progress in India’s Night Lights”.

Miles Kimball was mentioned by Bloomberg News in “Japan Experiments With Interest Rates of Less Than Zero”.

The Huffington Post cited the Institute for Social Research in “Life Goes On: A New Journey Begins”.

Robin Jacob was quoted by National Public Radio in “The Science of Getting Kids Organized”.

Business Insider quoted Michael Traugott in “Here’s why Donald Trump suffered a stunning Iowa upset when the polls suggested he’d win”.

Michael Traugott was quoted by Bloomberg News in “Polls That Showed Trump Ahead Before Caucus”.

Michael Traugott was quoted by WJLA-TV – Online in “How honesty and reputation may have hurt Clinton in Iowa”.

Paul Mohai was quoted by The Huffington Post in “Flint Crisis Could Help Fight An Injustice Plaguing Minority Communities”.

The Atlantic quoted Mary Gallagher in “Starbucks the Benevolent?”

The Huffington Post quoted Paul Mohai in “The Worst Polluters Are In The Most Vulnerable Neighborhoods”.

Paul Mohai was quoted by Fortune in “Poor Minorities More Likely To Live in Seriously Polluted Communities”.

Paul Mohai was quoted by Fortune in “If You’re a Minority and Poor, You’re More Likely to Live Near a Toxic Waste Site”.

Daniel Kruger and Jaikob Djerf were cited by The Telegraph in “Do you have ‘ringxiety’? Anxious loners hear phantom phone calls”.

Bridge published Reynolds Farley’s article titled “EM law had unintended racial consequences in Flint and Detroit”.

Richard Miech was quoted by Psychiatric News – Online in “Survey Finds U.S. Teens Continue to Decrease Alcohol, Cigarette Use: Psychiatric News: Vol 51, No 3”.  

The Detroit News published Shawna L. Lee’s “Time to end emergency manager law”.

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by TMC Customer in “Elsevier and the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) Announce Data Linking)”.

The New York Times cited the Institute for Social Research in “Opening Up About Depression”.

Trina Shanks was quoted by The Huffington Post in “Flint Water Crisis: Victims Deserve Compensation Fund”.

USA Today cited Frank Stafford in “How to deal with the wealth effect’s opposite as stocks fall”.

James S. Jackson was quoted by BCNN1 in “Eat, Pray, Gain: Church Meals Served After Services Blamed for High Obesity”.

The New York Times quoted Kenneth Langa in “Education May Cut Dementia Risk”.

Kenneth Langa was quoted by National Public Radio in “Can Dementia Be Prevented? Education May Bolster Brain Against Risk”.

Vox cited Miles Kimball in “The next recession could be around the corner, and the Fed isn’t ready for it”.

Us. News & World Report cited the Institute for Social Research in “5 Baby Boomer Retirement Trends”.

The Guardian cited Kenneth Langa in “GM worm study provides ‘powerful first step’ towards preventing Alzheimer’s”.

Mic quoted H. Luke Shaefer in “Marco Rubio’s Debate Answer on Poverty Made No Sense”.

The Atlantic cited Scott E. Page in “Why Elite-College Admissions Need an Overhaul”.

The Washington Post published an article titled “Were there irregularities in Turkey’s 2015 elections? We used this new forensic toolkit to check.” by Walter r. Mebane, Jr., Allen Hicken, and Ken Kollman.

Chicago Tribune quoted Cleopatra Caldwell in “African-American fathers, sons to strengthen bonds in Washington Park project”.

Kenneth Langa was quoted by The Globe and Mail in “Education tied to lower dementia risk”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Associated Press in “Variety of factors prevent some workers from working longer”.

The New York Times cited Susan Murphy in “Early Behavior Therapy Found to Aid Children With A.D.H.D.

Frank Stafford was quoted by The Huffington Post in “Husbands Create 7 Hours Of Extra Housework For Their Wives”.

Terri Orbuch was quoted by Reading Eagle Online in “Here are the in-law bylaws”.

The New York Times cited the Institute for Social Research in “How Society Pays When Women’s Work Is Unpaid”.  

FOX News Channel cited the Institute for Social Research in “Here’s why you think your phone is buzzing when it’s not”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by The American Conservative in “Are Trump Supporters Authoritarians?

The Washington Post cited Luke Shaefer in “Did Bill Clinton’s welfare law double extreme poverty?

The Washington Post cited Michael Robbins in “Can you trust international surveys?

Ethan Kross was quoted by NBC News Channel in “Talk to yourself out loud? Here’s why experts say that’s a good thing”.