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Most people don't have answers to the big questions about consciousness or the meaning of life, but they do have a way of thinking about... [Read More]
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The Hoover Institution's nearly 200 fellows range from renowned thought leaders to emerging scholars in a variety of disciplines. [Read More]
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After voluminous research studies, numerous lawsuits and millions of deaths linked to cigarettes, it might seem likely that Americans now properly understand the risks of... [Read More]
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In a study, people ate less meat and conserved more water when they thought those behaviors reflected how society is changing. [Read More]
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Francois Diaz-Maurin, a visiting scholar at the Center for International Security and Cooperation, analyzes Catalonia's referendum attempt, the Spanish government's response and the impact these... [Read More]
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Conversational software might provide patients a less risky environment for discussing mental health, but they come with risks to privacy or accuracy. [Read More]
Stanford professor Karen Jusko's new book investigates the lack of electoral power low-income Americans possess. [Read More]
Stanford researchers found that DACA protections can significantly improve the health and development of their children. [Read More]
Consumers relying on a product's online reviews may be swayed by the number of reviews rather than the number of stars. [Read More]
Stanford scholars propose that implementing features that emphasize a user's reputation can offset harmful social bias. [Read More]
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The strongest attachment, according to recent research from a Stanford scholar, is Americans' connection to their political party. [Read More]
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Students are able to distinguish those real-life friends who are most able to help them deal with stressful times. [Read More]
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Findings from a new study on assertiveness and leadership among women at work seem to support Sheryl Sandberg\'s \"Lean In.\" [Read More]
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Despite Americans knowing that smoking can lead to deadly diseases like lung cancer, they underestimate those risks, according to a Stanford study. [Read More]
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Jeremy Carl and David Fedor, research scholars at the Hoover Institution, discuss the state of nuclear energy in the U.S. [Read More]
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People who believe that certain social groups share an unchangeable essence are more likely to support programs and legislation that keep them separated. [Read More]
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Stanford economist Robert Hall finds the roots of the economy's slow growth existed well before the financial crisis. [Read More]
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In a new book, sociologist Tomás JimÃ... [Read More]
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Subtle, even subconscious, differences in expectations for male and female managers can have costly consequences for women at work, research shows. [Read More]
Subtle, even subconscious, differences in expectations for male and female managers can have costly consequences for women at work, research shows. [Read More]
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