More young unmarried Americans are living together than ever before, but not much is known about why couples decide to take on this romantic rite of passage. A new book by demographer Sharon Sassler sets out to fill these gaps.
A new Cornell study finds the darker a white man's skin is, the more likely he is to be arrested, compared to lighter-skinned white men. In contrast, black men, no matter how dark or light their skin, get arrested at the same rate.
In a new opinion piece in a major publication, Morten Christiansen, professor of psychology, calls for a new era of integration in the language sciences, which has fragmented into many highly-specialized areas of study.
Fathers who have been incarcerated tend to avoid their kid's school - not because they don't care about their child's education, but because they're afraid of the school as a surveilling institution, says sociologist Anna Haskins.
Experiencing a range of positive emotions, from enthusiasm to amusement, is linked to lower levels of inflammation, says a new study by Anthony Ong. He and his team drew on approaches used to measure the biodiversity of ecosystems.