"Research" Blogs & Blog Posts

PTSD: A Soldier's PerspectivePTSD: A Soldier's Perspective

Combat PTSD Vet, blogger, advocate and social work student with a unique pe...

 
Sports Technology ReviewSports Technology Review

The best sports technology and equipment blog

 
ParacademiaParacademia

Academic news from a researcher in psychology of religion

 
Uncovering The RoofUncovering The Roof

Researching the intersections between religion, disability, society and cul...

 
The Dinah Project BlogThe Dinah Project Blog

A rundown on what's good and what's bad in the world of sex, wit...

 
Coaching ResearchCoaching Research

The practice of coaching is expanding rapidly, yet the process and impact o...

 
KIPWORLDKIPWORLD

Kip Jones' musings and reports on Performative Social Science, or the ...

 


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Huawei has faced increasing resistance from the US government and other countries, and now Oxford University has joined the growing number of groups distancing themselves from the company. The university, for now, will no longer accept research grant...

Researchers believe they might have an explanation for an incredibly bright event that took place in a distant dwarf galaxy. Scientists observed it last June when the object in question lit up and then faded over the course of 16 days, and it has con...

The Pew Research Center has released the results of a new study showing how the usage of ride-hailing services has grown over recent years. In 2015, just 15 percent of surveyed US adults said they used services like Lyft or Uber, but in a survey cond...

Using the recently retired Kepler space telescope, scientists have confirmed thousands of exoplanets, and as its successor TESS ramps up its search, we're poised to discover plenty more. But once we find exoplanets, learning more detailed inform...

By Elizabeth Levine   In January 2019, the American Philosophical Association will hold its Eastern meeting in New York City. In honor of the One Hundred and Fifteenth meeting, Wiley has compiled a free collection of the top cited articles in Ph...

Latif Nasser is Director of Research for WNYC's Radiolab. He wrote a piece for Transom about how he comes up with story ideas for the show. He has an interesting "bag of tricks" to find stories and have lots on hand so that he doesn't panic under a d...

Movie audiences love women.  According to a study by Creative Arts Agency and shift7, films with women in leading roles earn more than their male counterparts at the box office, a finding which should lead to a major paradigm shift in show busin...