Health

How consumers describe racism in health care

How do health care consumers experience and report on racism in hospital settings? In the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion issue of JAMA Network Open, co-authors Jason Tong, Raina M. Merchant, and Rachel R. Kelz of the Perelman ...

Vaccination

New study examines vaccination misinformation on social media

Research conducted by Assistant Professor Jessie Chin's Adaptive Cognition and Interaction Design Lab (ACTION) in the School of Information Sciences at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign provided the foundation for ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Detecting depression and partner violence risk during pregnancy

Carnegie Mellon University engineering and public policy researchers Kristen Allen, a Ph.D. student, and Alex Davis, an associate professor, have new research that could complement the ability of doctors to aid recently or ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Scientists uncover self-other moral bias at the conceptual level

Self–other bias can engender disagreement, misunderstanding, and conflict in real-world interactions. Moral perspectives are powerful in shaping thoughts and behaviors. Whether there is a self–other moral bias is poorly ...

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