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Robert J. Cramer, Ph.D.
How can we improve pandemic related discussions? Here's a few lessons from emerging research.
What can we learn from the Rodney King beating and L.A. riots? A few social sciences insights can help us understand the imminent Chauvin trial verdict.
Wondering why Pence should consider invoking the 25th Amendment on President Trump? The psychology of violence provides some insight.
Ever wonder whether we can learn from famous cases of suicide? A new study lends some insights.
Email got you down and stressed out over the holidays? Here's how to manage it.
Wondering why the election turned for Biden and Harris? Here are a few reasons to consider as we move politics and social science forward.
Does Trump have a chance to be re-elected? Here are a few reasons to believe so.
Here are a few lessons from the research on whiteness and the pandemic.
What is the state of science on solitary confinement? Three conclusions help us move forward.
Will university hopes last? Here are a few factors at play.
What can we take away from the pandemic? Here's three succinct lessons on race, economics, and health care.
What can we learn about discrimination from our day-to-day preferences? Here are a few lessons and solutions.
Should we believe speculation about a wave of suicides after COVID-19? Here's what we can do to prepare.
How can college campuses prepare for student suicides in the aftermath of COVID-19?
Wondering why so many people are passing around conspiracy theories? A look at the science of conspiracy theory beliefs—and ideas for what to say to someone who believes them.
Robert J. Cramer, Ph.D. is an associate professor of Public Health Sciences and a Belk Distinguished Scholar in Health Research at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte.