News

Our collaborators are published and quoted in journals, periodicals, and news reports around the globe. Highlights of their contributions are included below.

Jenny Radesky

Jenny Radesky

Jenny Radesky How do you manage fighting kids during a lockdown? We asked the experts Gwinnett Daily Post 3/18/20 As the nation shuts down and loved ones huddle to weather what may well be weeks of coronavirus-induced isolation, family tensions are rising. Like a...

Sofia Merajver

Study: Aggressive breast cancers store large amounts of energy, which enables it to spread

Stuart Soroka

Cross-national evidence of a negativity bias in psychophysiological reactions to news

Julie Lee

Dishonest behavior damages ability to read other people’s emotions

Kenneth Langa

Kenneth Langa

Can Hearing Aids Delay Time to Diagnosis of Dementia, Depression, or Falls in Older Adults?

Stuart Soroka

News consumers differ widely in their preferences for negative or positive content

Thomas Schmidt

In defense of potatoes: How resistant starch from potatoes affects the gut microbiota

Jun Wu

Remember brown fat? We may finally know why it’s so darn good for you.

Betsy Lozoff

Betsy Lozoff

Low levels of vitamin D in elementary school could spell trouble in adolescence

Maxim Sytch

Opposing sides: How previous collaboration can cost companies headed to litigation

Kenneth Langa

Kenneth Langa

Addressing Preclinical Alzheimer’s: Researchers Caution Against Overtreatment

Richard Gonzalez

Richard Gonzalez

Beyond Depression: Estimating 12-Months Prevalence of Passive Suicidal Ideation in Mid- and Late-Life in the Health and Retirement Study

Robin Edelstein

Moms and dads show decreases in testosterone after interacting with their child during a stressful task

Shinobu Kitayama

Interdependent Self-Construal Predicts Emotion Suppression In Asian Americans: An Electro-Cortical Investigation

Stuart Soroka

Screen size matters: Consumers less attentive to news content on small screens

John Ayanian

Naveed Aziz: He tried to wait until age 65, and Medicare, but did not make it

Niko Kaciroti

Technology allows researchers to see patients’ real-time pain while in the clinic