Negative media portrayals of Muslim Americans can have adverse effects on how they view themselves as citizens and their trust in the US government.
U-M ISRNew study by @RCGD_ISR's Muniba Saleem et al. examines how young Muslim Americans' identification w/ their American & Muslim identities change over time as a function of discrimination & exposure to negative media coverage of their group: bit.ly/2Ypt5IPpic.twitter.com/yLQ80u9nS5
High-intensity drinking (HID; ie, having 10+ drinks in a row) is a recognized public health concern due to the individual and public risks (eg, alcohol-related injuries, alcohol poisoning, memory loss, sexual risk) associated with consumption of a...
In states where medical marijuana is legal, researchers reported a reduction of pain and an increase in worked hours by residents older than 51 who use the alternative medicine, according to a new study released by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School...
On Tuesday, the University of Michigan Institute for the Humanities, along with the Residential College and various other University departments, hosted a panel discussing the relationship between crime and the environment.
Using life history calendars to improve measurement of lifetime experience with mental disorders - William G. Axinn, Stephanie Chardoul, Heather Gatny, Dirgha J. Ghimire, Jordan W. Smoller, Yang Zhang, Kate M. Scott