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Falk Wins 2020 SANS Early Career Award

This award is the newest in a series of early career awards Falk has received.

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In Conversation with Emile Bruneau: A Video Series

Watch Bruneau explain his research in his own words.

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AHA! Lab Studies How Daily Moments Impact Long-Term Behavior

The Addiction, Health, and Adolescence Lab is led by Professor David Lydon-Staley.

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Democrats and Republicans Dislike Each Other Far Less Than Most Believe

A new study indicates that some of our political polarization is based on unfounded beliefs.

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Meeting the Challenge of Vaccination Hesitancy: Q&A with Damon Centola

Can the study of network dynamics offer solutions for curbing the anti-vaccine movement?

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David Lydon-Staley Studies the Small Moments that Shape Human Behavior

Lydon-Staley will join the Annenberg School faculty as an assistant professor in July.

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Jemmott Receives Grant to Study HIV/AIDS among Youth in Botswana

The researchers will conduct focus groups, consult with community advisory boards, and pilot an intervention program.

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New Study Develops Intervention to Increase Healthy Behavior among South African Adolescents

The intervention improved healthy eating and amount of exercise, with effects lasting at least 4.5 years.

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Paradoxical Thinking: Changing Individuals’ Beliefs by Agreeing with Them to an Extreme Degree

Paradoxical thinking is intended to shock the participants with its absurdity and cause them to reevaluate their beliefs.

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Pictorial Warning Messages on Cigarette Packs Are Most Effective When Diseased Body Parts and Testimonials Are Included, New Study Finds

Researchers analyzed over 300 pictorial warning labels to determine which features are most effective at getting smokers to quit.