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Studies by Professor Julia Lee show air pollution can increase criminal behavior by causing higher anxiety.
Findings by Professor Nigel Melville suggest that companies that focus on accuracy and incentives in carbon-reduction efforts are more likely to meet targets.
Study co-authored by Professor Scott Rick shows children develop spendthrift and tightwad tendencies independent of parental behavior.
Professor George Siedel shows why the “best alternative to a negotiated agreement” tactic can sometimes backfire.
(UPDATED: 12/12/17) New study by Professors Andy Hoffman and Todd Schifeling shows Bill McKibben’s fossil fuel divestment effort showed results in unexpected ways.
Large-scale survey of entrepreneurial programs, mentors, and mentees reveals how a learning mindset is key to making mentoring a success.
Professor Sarah Miller shows that children of mothers who received expanded Medicaid benefits while pregnant are now having healthier babies.
Professor Carolyn Yoon shows that stimulation in a certain part of the brain can predict consumer choices and market outcomes.