New study suggests religious preoccupation can help Black youths avoid deviant conduct

The most recent research established a link between religiosity and favorable behavioral outcomes.

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Police bodycams are more relevant than race and gender in the public’s appraisal of use-of-force

1,655 American adults were shown virtual footage of police use-of-force contacts with civilians.

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Incarcerated women were punished at greater rates for minor violations than men

There is a gender gap in jail violations that disproportionately impacts women, study finds.

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A new study looks at how people choose friends at school

The research presents a detailed examination of students' social relationships at 13 secondary schools, with over 3,000 students and approximately

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