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Experts say Tucker Carlson's 'insulting' comment on fatherhood ignores the truth about American dads

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Weidenbaum Center Grant Recipient Caitlyn Collins quoted in USA TODAY

Purnell named to Modern Healthcare’s top 25 diversity leaders

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Weidenbaum Center Policy Lunch Speaker Jason Purnell named by Modern Healthcare as top 25 diversity leader

Which of the Four Family Policies Deserves Top Priority?

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Weidenbaum Center Grant Recipient Caity Collins was among 18 scholars the Times asked to rank the most important family policy.

Rick Scott wrongly warns FBI coming after loud parents at school board meetings

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Weidenbaum Center Faculty Research Fellow Gregory Magarian quoted in PolitiFact

No, Donald Trump didn't lead 'greatest economy in the history of the world'

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Weidenbaum Center Director Steve Fazzari quoted in PolitiFact

The Gender Researcher’s Guide to an Equal Marriage

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Weidenbaum Center Grant Recipient Caitlyn Collins quoted in The Atlantic

Staff shortages lead local health care provider to recruit employees in new way

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Weidenbaum Center Associated Faculty member Yongseok Shin interviewed by KMOV TV

American Rage is co-winner of Juliette and Alexander L. George Outstanding Political Psychology Book Award

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American Rage, a book authored by former Weidenbaum Center Post-Doctoral Fellow Steven Webster, now an Assistant Professor at the University of Indiana, is co-winner of the 2021 Juliette and Alexander L. George Outstanding Political Psychology Book Award. The award is for work that demonstrates the highest quality of thought and makes a major substantive book-length contribution to the field of political psychology, broadly defined.

New book challenges assumptions about state supreme courts

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Weidenbaum Center Grant Recipients James L. Gibson and Michael J. Nelson co-author new book challenging assumptions about state supreme courts

Workers are often told not to talk about how much they're getting paid. That's not legal.

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Weidenbaum Center Grant Recipient Jake Rosenfeld quoted in USA TODAY

New book co-edited by Abram Van Engen examines emotion in religion

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Weidenbaum Center Public Policy Lunch Speaker Abram Van Engen co-edits new book examining emotions in religion

Black population in Missouri still harmed by the effects of COVID-19 in the job market

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Weidenbaum Center Grant Recipient Adia Wingfield quoted in Columbia Missourian