2021 Volume No. 6
The Social Movements Behind Protest
Anthony DiMaggio studies the progression of social movements in the United States since 2008.
The Other Side of Censorship
Thomas Chen explores how 30 years of censorship of Chinese literature and film related to the Tiananmen Square Massacre have shaped public discourse.
Mary Foltz examines the ways several postmodern authors produce scatological works to critique how humans treat each other and the natural world.
Reducing Health Disparities in Native Populations
Christine Makosky Daley and Sean Daley lead a team of researchers in a holistic approach to well-being.
Andreea Kiss examines the cognitive underpinnings of firm international opportunity recognition.
Predicting Successful Materials Design
Ganesh Balasubramanian applies computational modeling and predictive engineering to understand the mechanical properties of multi-principal element alloys.
A Vicious Cycle
Kaitlin Anderson explores the relationship between disciplinary responses to student behavior and students’ academic outcomes.
Harnessing the Power of Bacteria
Angela Brown’s research seeks to hijack bacteria’s machinery to better target drug delivery and combat antibiotic resistance.
Does Distraction Equal Interest?
Daniel Zane investigates what happens to consumers when they are distracted by a background ad while multitasking.
A Tooth and a Timeline
David Anastasio’s examination of ancient lake sediments clarifies ages of human migrations out of northern Africa.
Closing the Intervention Gap
Ana Dueñas addresses a gap in services for Latino children with autism who need early intensive behavioral intervention.
Eugene Han Tracks Eye Movement to Understand Visual Perception of Art and Space
Han analyzes eye movements to integrate theories of phenomenological aesthetics with the psychology of perception.
Esther Lindström Studies Reading Instruction Practices for Students with IDD in Self-Contained Settings
Lindström examines instructional practices for teaching reading to students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Public-Health Prognosticators: Forecasting Public Health Events
Biostatistician Thomas McAndrew combines computational models and models of human judgment to build more accurate forecasts.
Volume No. 5, 2020
Volume No. 4, 2019
Volume No. 3, 2018
Volume No. 2, 2017
Volume No. 1, 2016