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The importance of parental engagement in learning activities for socioemotional development in low-income Black and Latinx youth
New publication by Natasha Cabrera and Jay Fagan uses latent growth curve modeling to investigate trajectories of mothers' and fathers' engagement
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Payne-Sturges to lead study of structural racism effects on farmworkers
NIH $3.7 million interdisciplinary grant will focus on residential air quality, state policies and legal protections
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Work in the time of COVID-19: social norms and pluralistic ignorance
Kreuter explores shifting attitudes surrounding work behaviors in employees and supervisors
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Broader approaches are necessary for formulating evidence-based climate policies
New research published by Alok Bhargava
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Expanding racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic diversity in Economics
$450k NSF grant awarded to Jessica Goldberg to expand PADE
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Population neuroscience: Challenges and recommendations for researchers
Arianna Gard discusses generalizability and representation in large-scale neuroimaging datasets
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Richardson co-leads UMD initiative on gun violence
PROGRESS initiative joins UMD researchers with Maryland policy makers
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State level structural racism and alcohol and tobacco use behaviors
New paper by Faculty Associate Kerry Green examines structural racism impacts among a national probability sample of Black Americans
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Elementary School Desegregation and Mid-Life Cognitive Function
Walsemann research identifies integrated early childhood education as factor for improved cognitive function for Black individuals
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