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Faculty Associate Accolades
Sacoby Wilson and Katrina Walsemann receive awards from the NIH and APHA
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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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Environmental Systems and Occupational Health Policy Analyses to Interrupt the Impact of Structural Racism
Payne-Sturges leads multi-disciplinary research team
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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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Cohen comments on the steep decline in life expectancy in the United States
COVID-19 and unintentional injury deaths are cited as major contributors of this shift
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13 million Facebook users weigh in on COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy, vaccination, and mask wearing
Quynh Nguyen and colleagues use big data from the Facebook-based U.S. COVID-19 Trends and Impact Survey to identify predictors of attitudes and behaviors during the pandemic
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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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Hard times in economic data collection call for innovative data sourcing
Katharine Abraham argues for the inclusion of private sector big data to bolster survey and administrative data and tap into new questions
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Profiles of caregiver racial-ethnic socialization found to promote academic engagement in Black and Latinx youth
Mia Smith-Bynum and others investigate how caregivers' responses to racial / ethnic discrimination relate to demographic characteristics and youth academic engagement
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Stigma as a deterrent to PrEP usage among Black sexual minority men
Journal article by Typhanye Dyer, Hongjie Liu, and others finds that stigma is associated with lower utilization of PrEP
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