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Randomized study shows that including data for legislators on the local economic impact of an issue can encourage engagement, but it varies by party
NYU's “Mind, Ethics, and Policy Program" will conduct pioneering research on the nature and intrinsic value of non-human minds, including those of animals and artificial intelligences.
The size of our primary visual cortex and the amount of brain tissue we have dedicated to processing visual information can predict how well we can see, a new study shows.
Sentiments toward COVID-19 vaccines, whether positive or negative, previews subsequent vaccination rates, finds a study of related Twitter posts.
Neoliberalism has resulted in both preference and support for greater income inequality over the past 25 years, shows a new study by a team of psychology researchers.
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Four New York University faculty have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences: Fedor A. Bogomolov, Paul DiMaggio, Benjamin G. Neel, and Michael J. Shelley.
New York University historians Nicole Eustace and Ada Ferrer have each been awarded the 2022 Pulitzer Prize in History for their respective works—Eustace’s "Covered with Night: A Story of Murder and Indigenous Justice in Early America" and Ferrer’s "Cuba: An American History".
Labeling the credibility of information sources does not shift the consumption of news away from low-quality sources or reduce belief in inaccurate claims, but providing an indicator of sources’ quality may improve the news diet quality for some.
Those who feel certain about what the future of the COVID-19 pandemic would entail are more likely to both ignore medical experts and to adhere to conspiracy theories while those who were certain about the outcome of the 2020 presidential election were more likely to contend that it was rigged.