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Scientific American. Denworth, L. (2020.10.26). "Conservative and Liberal Brains Might Have Some Real Differences."

Nebraska Public Radio. McDermott, B. (2020.04.06). "Could Coronavirus Bring the Country Together?"

Lincoln Journal Star. Dunker, C. (2020.03.21). "'We saw no reason to wait': UNL professors start migration to online teaching"

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Vox. Resnick, B. (2016.06.13). “Why the gun control debate gets more intractable every time there’s a mass shooting.” 

Vox. Resnick, B. (2016.03.14). “What psychology’s crisis means for the future of science.” 

Vox. Resnick, B. (2016.01.22). “What journalists get wrong about social science, according to 20 scientists.” 

Vox. Resnick, B. (2015.11.18). “The science behind why people fear refugees.” 

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