2014 study from Utah State University published in Perspectives on Politics demonstrating how the wording of ballot question titles can influence voters’ choices.
2014 study in Public Opinion Quarterly that suggests that political polarization cannot be explained by media diversity and the fragmenting of audiences.
Researchers from Kentucky University, West Virginia University, Harvard and Stanford discuss the risks of using mobile devices while driving and the impact of multitasking on how we process information.
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.
2014 study in Psychological Science on the potential social and political responses of white Americans to future demographic shifts.
2014 study by American University and Columbia University on the factors influencing public opinion on research, including partisanship, ideology, education and core attitudes toward science.
Updated 2014: A selection of research on massive open online courses, including their potential and effectiveness and their impact on traditional education methods.
2013 study from Pennsylvania State University and other institutions published in Psychological Science on the interplay of nature and nurture in IQ development.
A leader in the field of science communication, Scheufele talks about how scientists and journalists can help the public better understand complex issues.
2013 study from the University of Toronto in Applied Cognitive Psychology on how speech tasks can interfere with drivers’ visual attention.