US 2.0: What We Have in Common
— Hidden Brain, January 29, 2024
10 Tips to reduce tension at holiday gatherings
— The Salt Lake Tribune, December 1, 2023
Listening with Curiosity
— Documentary Film, October 11, 2023
Toxic polarization is poisoning America. Here's how you can help stop it this week.
— USA Today, April 17, 2023
Democracy is in a 'dire state': Local professor says before Election Day
— WBBM News Radio, November 7, 2022
Scholars explore how Americans’ perceptions of political polarization impact behavior
— Charles Koch Foundation, November 4, 2022
Misperceptions between political parties could erode democracy in the U.S.
— Penn Today, October 31, 2022
UIC researchers' video named top intervention to address toxic polarization
— UIC Today, August 26, 2022
Intervention Video from the Peace and Conflict Neuroscience Lab Wins Stanford University's Strengthening Democracy Challenge
— Annenberg School for Communication, August 25, 2022
How storytelling can motivate us to help others.
— Penn Today, April 19, 2022
How much does how much we hate each other matter?
— The New York Times, September 29, 2021
Correcting misperceptions about—and increasing empathy for—migrants
— Penn Today, June 16, 2021
Samantha Moore-Berg Named Inaugural Bruneau Fellow
— Annenberg School for Communication, April 27, 2021
Both Democrats and Republicans think the opposite party has stronger negative feelings about them than they actually do
— PsyPost, April 6, 2021
America is Not As Divided As You Think. Yes, Really
— Cognoscenti, January 20, 2021
Division and Common Ground in the U.S.
— Notes from America, January 11, 2021
Americans are Less Polarized Than We Think
— The Charles Koch Foundation, August 18, 2020
Healing Our Divisions
— The Herald Tribune, August 8, 2020
In Search of Common Ground: How to Avoid Polarizing Narratives in Your Reporting 
— The GroundTruth Project, August 4, 2020
We're Not As Divided As We Think 
— The Gainesville Times, July 10, 2020
Our National Panic Attack
— Commentary Magazine, July 2, 2020
Research Lead: Nudges Work on Thaler Too, Psychology’s Racial Blindspot, Overestimating How Much Your Political Rivals Hate You, and More
— Behavioral Scientist, June 29, 2020
I'm Not Hateful, You Are
— The Dispatch, June 28, 2020
New Research Shows People Are Not As Divided Along Political Lines As They Think
National Public Radio, June 26, 2020
From Minneapolis to Facebook Feeds, Police Protests are Roiling our Psyches
— Discover Magazine, June 11, 2020
Good News in Politics: The Other Side Hates You Less Than You Think
— The Boston Globe, May 15, 2020
'Us Vs. Them' in a Pandemic: Researchers Warn Divisions Could Get Dangerous
— National Public Radio, May 15, 2020
Why the Trump Ploy Stopped Working
— The New York Times, April 30, 2020
How to Talk Someone Out of Bigotry
— Vox News, January 29, 2020
Contending with Polarized Audiences
— American Press Institute, December 11, 2019
Surprise! Research Says You Shouldn't Shy Away From Politics at Thanksgiving Dinner
— WBUR, November 27, 2019
Polarization and The Politics of Love
— The Fulcrum, July 22, 2019

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