January 2016

The Institute for Social Research was cited by the Chicago Tribune in “Winning the war against teen smoking”.

Yahoo Finance cited the Institute for Social Research in “What will inflation cost you in 2016?

Harvard Business Review cited Wayne Baker and Jane Dutton in “To Motivate Employees, Do 3 Things Well”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Kaiser Health News – Online in “Using Patients’ Cells For Research; Fighting Opioid Addiction”.

Verona-Cedar Grove Patch, among several other outlets, cited the Institute for Social Research in “NJ Preps For New Cough Medicine Laws: Minors Can’t Buy Nyquil, Robitussin, Other Meds”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Observer & Eccentric Newspapers – Online in “70% of teens have seen ads for e-cigarettes 7 minutes ago”.

The Daily Journal – Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “70% of teens have seen ads for e-cigarettes”.

Sayeh Nikpay was quoted by IT Business Net in “Fast & sharp: Medicaid expansion gives hospitals immediate relief from uninsured care”.

USA Today cited the Institute for Social Research in “70% of teens have seen ads for e-cigarettes”.

The Christian Science Monitor quoted Mary Gallagher in “Beijing says pollution is down, despite ‘red alerts’ – or maybe because of them”.

The Huffington Post quoted Michael Traugott in “Democrats Don’t Seem Excited About Voting In 2016, But That Doesn’t Mean They’re Bound To Lose”.

Jerry Davis was quoted by the Los Angeles Times in “How the Uberization of work is rooted in the cult of ‘shareholder value’”.

Helen G. Levy was quoted by Healthcare Drive in “Uninsured hospital stays fell sharply in states that expanded Medicaid, study finds”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Appeal-Democrat Online in “Other Views: Winning the war against teen smoking”.

Bustle cited the Institute for Social Research in “Working Too Much Doesn’t Ruin Your Relationship, New Study Says, But These Things Can”.

Business Insider quoted Michael Traugott in “High-profile polling analyst explains why Donald Trump is in a better position than you think”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Yahoo Health in “40 Tips for Motivation That Actually Work”.

Miles Kimball was quoted by Bloomberg News in “How Central Banks Gained More Control Over The World’s Major Currencies”.

Jerry Davis was cited by The Atlantic in “The Age of the Ghost Company”.

Mic quoted H. Luke Shaefer in “Jeb Bush Calls for Eliminating Federal Food Stamp Program for the Poor”.

Journal of Aging and Health – Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Age Differences in the Association Between Body Mass Index Class and Annualized Medicare Expenditures”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Annals of Family Medicine – Online in “Findings From a Population-Based Survey”.

USA Today quoted Josh Pasek in “The state of the State of the Union address: Is it broken?

News Journal Online quoted Josh Pasek in “The State of the Union address: Is it broken?

Wellington Enterprise – Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “OUR VIEW: Teen smoking: ‘Winning’ not same as ‘won’”.

David Weir was quoted by Bridge in “Death rates among Michigan’s middle-age whites is rising”.

Bustle cited Terri L. Orbuch in “9 Daily Habits of Successful & Happy Couples”.

The Huffington Post mentioned H. Luke Shaefer in “There Must Be Better Ways To Fight Poverty. The White House Wants To Find Them.

Jerry Davis was cited by The Atlantic in “Immigrants or Executives: Who’s to Blame for Wage Stagnation?

Lloyd Johnston was quoted by Tampa Bay Times Online in “PolitiFact Florida: Jeb Bush says he helped reduce youth heroin use as governor”.

Salem News Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “TheSeries – Is it time for an Investigation into Drug-Free Kids and their Finances?

Wicked Local – Hanover cited the Institute for Social Research in “LIVING WELL: New year, same health concerns”.

Mary Gallagher was quoted by South China Morning Post in “China, Saudi Arabia upgrade diplomatic ties as Riyadh seeks new allies”.

Bloomberg News cited the Institute for Social Research in “Students Studying Abroad Get Drunker, Do New Drugs”.

The Christian Science Monitor quoted Jenna Bednar in “Flint water crisis reveals limits of running a state as a business”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by PBS in “Facing skepticism, colleges set out to prove their value”.

Paul Mohai was quoted by Associated Press in “Would Flint crisis happen in wealthier, whiter community?

The Atlantic cited the Institute for Social Research in “Learning Empathy Through Dance”.

Paul Mohai was quoted by The Washington Post in “Flint’s water crisis reveals government failures at every level”.

Business Insider cited the Institute for Social Research in “5 psychological tricks that could help you get ahead at work”.

Phoebe Ellsworth was cited by The Atlantic in “The Countries Where People Are the Most Emotionally Complex”.

Terri Orbuch was cited by Free Lance-Star Online in “Keys to becoming a great in-law”.

The International Business Times quoted Michael Traugott in “Who Will Win The Iowa Caucuses And Does It Matter? The Problem With Polls And Hawkeye State Voters”.

USA Today published William H. Frey’s article “Boomers at 70 will change America –again”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Equities.com in “RBCC: Survey Show Teen Substance Abuse Falling, But Much Work Remains”.

The Huffington Post quoted Elizabeth Armstrong in “In Responding to Survey Complaints, USC Shoots Itself in the Foot”.

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by Psychiatric News – Online in “Antipoverty Experiment Boosts Subjective Well-Being”.

Business Insider cited Miles Kimball in “This is how a central bank could kill of cash with negative interest rates”.

The Christian Science Monitor quoted Paul Mohai in “Flint’s lessons for America’s children”.