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If you’re so smart, why aren’t you rich? Turns out it’s just chance.

April 12, 2021 0

The most successful people are not the most talented, just the luckiest, a new computer…

Social Exclusion and Resilience: Examining Social Network Stratification among People in Same-Sex and Different-Sex Relationships

April 12, 2021 0

Abstract Social networks of minoritized societal groups may be exposed to a unique structural force,…

Unions and Inequality over the Twentieth Century: New Evidence from Survey Data

April 10, 2021 0

U.S. income inequality has varied inversely with union density over the past hundred years. But…

How do high school seniors get marijuana? Prevalence and sociodemographic differences

April 2, 2021 0

Highlights The most common way adolescents get marijuana is from friends (bought or shared). Male…

If 80% of Australians care about climate action, why don’t they vote like it?

March 29, 2021 0

Poll after poll suggests a large majority of Australians cares about climate change. Yet in recent federal…

1 in 5 Colorado high school students has access to firearms

March 29, 2021 0

One in five Colorado high school students say they have easy access to a handgun,…

Elite philanthropy mainly self-serving

March 27, 2021 0

Philanthropy among the elite class in the United States and the United Kingdom does more…

People can classify the face in a picture as an autocrat or an elected leader with almost 70% accuracy

March 26, 2021 0

A new study has found that people can classify a photo of an unfamiliar politician as either…

Culture matters a lot in successfully managing a pandemic – and many countries that did well had one thing in common

March 26, 2021 0

The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea Culture…