In the Media

The Immigration Effect

7/19/2017 - Professor of Economics Giovanni Peri at ProPublica.

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Depression and Video Games

7/14/2017 - Associate Professor of Communication Jorge Peña in Inside Higher Ed.

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25 Moments That Changed America

6/30/2017 - Assistant Professor of History Justin Leroy in Time.

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Are Geniuses Born or Made?

6/19/2017 - Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Psychology Dean Simonton in The Week.

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What History Says About Inequality and Technology

6/15/2017 - Associate Professor of History Gregory Clark and Distinguished Professor of Economics Peter Lindert in The Economist.

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Can California Go 100 Percent Green by 2045?

5/31/2017 - Professor of Economics James Bushnell on Good Day Sacramento.

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Rural America Is the New 'Inner City'

5/26/2017 - Center for Poverty Research Affiliate Lisa Pruitt in the Wall Street Journal.

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How the DMV Keeps Smutty License Plates Off Our Roads

5/22/2017 - Associate Professor of Psychology Cynthia Pickett in the Sacramento Bee.

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Immigrants Can Unlock Productivity Growth

5/16/2017 - Professor of Economics Giovanni Peri at Bloomberg View.

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6 Ways to Spark Your Creativity

5/12/2017 - Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Psychology Dean Simonton in National Geographic.

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Man's Sex Abuse Acquittal Shows Problems for Prosecutors

5/3/2017 - Distinguished Professor of Psychology Gail Goodman in the Mail on Sunday.

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Three-Fourths of Americans Regularly Talk Politics Only With Members of Their Own Tribe

5/1/2017 - PhD Candidate in Political Science Ross Butters and Assistant Professor of Political Science Christopher Hare in the Washington Post.

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