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The more TV kids watch, the more ads they see and the more likely they are to ask for things on shopping trips. That may contribute to parents' overall stress levels, researchers found.
A "gender gap" in elections has been around for decades. What it will look like this year is hard to predict, says UArizona political scientist Barbara Norrander.
A new virtual program brings Biosphere 2 science and scientists to student groups wherever they may be on the first biosphere – planet Earth.
The more people believe they are exposed to disinformation prior to an election, the more cynical they feel about politics when it's time to vote, researchers found.
The tendency to support a political party or candidate primarily based on dislike for the opposition is becoming more common, says a UArizona political scientist.
The University of Arizona was awarded an Arabic Flagship Grant for four more years, allowing for top-tier Arabic training – including virtual immersion experiences – to all Arabic learners.
Men may withdraw from their partners in an attempt to restore their masculinity, but it can backfire: It's bad for the relationship, and it doesn't make others see them as more masculine.
The Department of Education grant strengthens university partnerships with Arizona high schools that have student bodies that are predominantly Hispanic or from low-income households.
The executive director of the National Institute for Civil Discourse explains how the country became so divided and how we can practice civil discourse amid a contentious election.
Some reforms to the National Flood Insurance Program could have disproportionately negative impacts on certain groups, according to researchers.