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.
Derek Sandhaus will lead a discussion on Chinese spirits and share how alcohol, specifically baijiu, has impacted Chinese culture.
This new report examines the effects of current federal policies around legal immigrants’ access to public health benefits, highlights barriers to eligible immigrant families accessing social services, and outlines 12 response strategies to mitigate adverse impacts of policies.
Infants as young as five months can differentiate laughter between friends and that between strangers, finds a new study by researchers at NYU and UCLA.
Both the U.S. historical record and the experiences of peer countries demonstrate that reducing child poverty is an achievable policy goal. NYU Steinhardt Professor J. Lawrence Aber and a committee at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine have identified ways to do so.
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.
NYU Steinhardt's Research Alliance for New York City Schools followed the 81,699 NYC students who began kindergarten in fall 2012 and found that over 12 percent of them experienced homelessness before 5th grade.
Young children see national identity, in part, as biological in nature, a perception that diminishes as they get older, finds a new study by psychology researchers.