MEDIA COVERAGE

Below are links to selected popular press articles, policy reports and blog posts featuring my research.


2022


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“Calling Omicron ‘Mild’ Is Wishful Thinking”

 


2021


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“You’re Boosted! Now What?”

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“A Better Name for Booster Shots”

 

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“Vaccines Are Like Sunscreen… No, Wait, Airbags… No, Wait…”

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“Cornell experts working to increase vaccine acceptance”

 


2020


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“How Science Beat the Virus (And what it lost in the process)”

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“COVID-19 is not the great equalizer; it’s hitting black communities hardest.”

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“The Problem That Psychology Can’t Shake: Ten years after a seminal paper laid bare psychology’s white, affluent, Western skew, not much has change.”


2019


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“Disadvantaged Students and Higher Education”

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“The Adults Who Treat Reading Like Homework”

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“There are ways to combat racism that don’t rely on implicit bias”


2018


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“Mobile communication lab lets any person participate in any study”

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“5 ways to boost community college completion rates”

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“Improving community college completion rates by addressing structural and motivational barriers.”


2017


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“In Retirement, It’s Save Now or Pay (a Lot) Later”


2016


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“The Truth Behind Why We Procrastinate”

 


2015


“The Mechanics of Preventing Procrastination”

“You Have Just 14,600 Days to Save for Your Pension”