Our collaborators are published and quoted in journals, periodicals, and news reports around the globe. Highlights of their contributions are included below.
The New Neuroscience of Stuttering
Sharon Kardia How a COVID-19 app built at U-M is helping businesses stay open Michigan News 9/22/20A COVID-19 symptom checklist web app developed at the University of Michigan is helping more than 2,500 employers, including small businesses, in Michigan meet state...
Marketers are gathering data on your kids from the apps they use, study finds
James Jackson, Who Changed the Study of Black America, Dies at 76
Families are restricted from visiting hospitalized loved ones. What does this mean for at-home care?
Recovery After Severe COVID Infection Poses Unique Challenges
Placebos prove powerful even when people know they’re taking one
When schools close their doors, who falls through cracks?
The ‘Uberization’ of 911
Crowds are gathering in many states despite coronavirus, and mixed messaging may be to blame: Experts
Jenny Radesky The Pandemic’s Toll on Children With Special Needs and Their Parents The New York Times 7/27/20Franscheska Eliza has a 9-year-old son with autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety and sensory issues. Before the...
Who gets to live? How doctors make impossible decisions as COVID-19 surges
MICHR Welcomes Julie Lumeng, MD as New Director
Community discusses impact of Washtenaw Health Board declaring racism a public health crisis
Middle-aged Americans less healthy than English peers — and it doesn’t matter how much money they have
Family Dog Could Help Preschoolers Learn Social And Emotional Skills, Study Finds
UM Study: Conservatives, Liberals React Similar To News Content
Companies use work, school links to gain legal advantage in patent infringement cases
Dropping the Ball: Post ICU, Many Patients Not Getting the Correct Meds
Can corporations be trusted after regulations are eased during the pandemic?
4 In 10 low-income Americans struggled to buy food
AI-powered interviewer provides guided reflection exercises during COVID-19 pandemic
Tips for managing kids’ mental health during a summer of uncertainty and change
University of Michigan Researchers Discover Signals that Prompt the Burning of Fat Cells into Energy
Agonising over screen time? Follow the three C’s
Binge-watching can soothe the coronavirus quarantine blues, and no need for guilt
Our Diets Are Changing Because of the Coronavirus Pandemic. Is It for the Better?
UM inventors get assist from Snyder on new ventilator device
School closures have long-term implications for students’ health
Your COVID-19 Questions, Answered by a Top Primary Care Doctor
Tips for helping your kids get through being at home for long periods of time
Portable Concussion Detector Uses Infrared Light to Measure Brain Metabolism
Using a ‘big data’ approach to treat sepsis more effectively
Big Data Advances Research, But It Shouldn’t Do So at the Cost of Privacy
Teens ‘especially vulnerable’ to junk food advertising, experts say
Don’t Go Down a Coronavirus Anxiety Spiral
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...
Negative news evokes stronger psychophysiological reactions than positive news
Healthy commercial ads don’t change teens’ desire to eat junk food
Diet Quality Linked to Frequency of Home-cooking
Social Support May Buffer Brain Effects of Early Life Adversity
Healthier Video Game Habits: 5 Tips for Parents of Teens
What It’s Like When Your Parents Are Extremely Online
Is Negativity Wearing You Down?
Study: Aggressive breast cancers store large amounts of energy, which enables it to spread
University Professors talk using AI technology for bipolar disorder
U-M receives $2M NSF grant to explore data equity systems
Researchers develop database of common microbes in human gut
Cross-national evidence of a negativity bias in psychophysiological reactions to news
Dishonest behavior damages ability to read other people’s emotions