Americans have favorable opinions of NATO and Ukraine, but view Russia as an enemy: survey
The majority of Americans, 64%, see Russia as an adversary rather than a potential ally or competitor.
School closures during the pandemic affected parents’ employment: study
The Journal of European Social Policy published the study.
New study examines how papal supremacy shapes ideal societies
The study was publicized on May 7, 2023.
New research emphasizes the need for neuroscientific evidence in rape trials
Neuroscientific research suggests that emotions like fear and threat can shut down the brain regions responsible for controlling movement.
Study finds mass shooters who are fame-seekers more likely to plan surprise attacks
The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) released the study.
Researchers in America find a decline in socioeconomic diversity among medical school students
JAMA published the paper on May 11, 2023.
Chronic food insecurity among US families is higher now than it was 20 years ago: study
The study published as a research letter in JAMA Pediatrics.
Young people and people of color are more likely to lack proper photo identification
The study was conducted by researchers at the University of Maryland.
Study finds more attention needed on whether incarceration improves or harms
The study can be read in the British Journal of Social Psychology.
Research investigated the accuracy of arrest records in the FBI’s NIBRS crime database
The study was published in the journal Crime & Delinquency.
Study explores terrorism’s impact on language and support for the far-right
The research was published in the American Journal of Political Science.
Research shows that neighborhood apps usage boosts perceptions of crime rates in the community
The research appeared in the journal Psychology of Popular Media.