Interviews with the homeless living on New York City streets show that bureaucratic obstacles, not personal recalcitrance, keep many from accepting offers of shelter.
The percentage for white Chicagoans, by comparison, was 20%, according to the new study on racial disparities in a highly segregated city.
A Research Letter by NYU Wagner Professor Jan Blustein, published in JAMA Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery, underscores an obstacle to public understanding of research spending on the common condition of hearing loss.
New York University's Vincent Guilamo-Ramos calls for specially tailored, or differentiated, HIV prevention and treatment services for adolescents and young adults, in National Academy of Medicine paper.
Pilot randomized controlled clinical trial will study the effectiveness of a promising intervention in sixty Black adolescents who have depression symptoms and attend grades 6-12 in New York City.
Researchers from NYU Wagner and other universities find that “perceivers who do well on detecting emotions in others are also better at discerning the effectiveness of group interaction,” even when observation time is brief.
A new study from New York University School of Law and NYU’s AI Now Institute concludes that predictive policing systems run the risk of exacerbating discrimination in the criminal justice system if they rely on “dirty data.”
Despite years of decline in the overall HIV rate in the U.S., there are troubling increases among adolescents and young adults, according to the newly published article.
Fish and birds are able to move in groups, without separating or colliding, due to a newly discovered dynamic: the followers interact with the wake left behind by the leaders.
Newly released research paper by Vincent Guilamo-Ramos provides evidence of the important role of fathers in promoting consistent and correct condom use among male adolescents.