2014 paper published in Psychological Science that uses three experiments to compare the ability of students to remember and understand information depending on how they take notes.
July 2014 review of recent studies relating to online comment threads, media fact-checking on Twitter, social media content flagging and more.
2014 study in Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory on how companies decide to comply environmental regulations in developing countries.
2014 study from Harvard and the London School of Economics that suggests that the conventional explanations for U.S. residents’ relatively poor health are not sufficient and social policy needs to be examined more thoroughly.
2014 research brief from the Scholars Strategy Network on U.S. residents’ attitudes toward energy, by Stephen Ansolabehere of Harvard University and David M. Konisky of Georgetown University.
2014 review of recent research on the relationship between the presence of urban vegetation or green space and human health and well-being.
2014 report from the United Nations noting general progress but also highlighting a slowdown in the rate of poverty alleviation and development.
2014 study in American Political Science Review showing that women are seldom encouraged as much as men to run for office at an early age.
2014 study the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University looking at housing-related trends in the United States, including construction and demographic change.
2014 study by Dartmouth on how voters’ perceptions of themselves as beneficiaries of federal spending can affect their subsequent choice of presidential candidates.