We believe we are less likely than others are to fall for phishing scams, thereby underestimating our own exposure to risk, a new cybersecurity study has found.
New research offers evidence that black drivers are more likely to be stopped by police than their white peers.
Strategies to Promote Self-Efficacy After Stroke May Help Manage Blood Pressure
A team of scientists has taken steps to create a new form of digital data storage, a “Racetrack Memory,” which opens the possibility to both bolster computer power and lead to the creation of smaller, faster, and more energy efficient computer memory technologies.
Three NYU faculty have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences.
NYU Steinhardt researchers find that children who experience “dependent” or clingy relationships with their preschool teachers tend to also have difficulties in their relationships with their mothers.
An international team of researchers has outlined ways to manage different facets of life under the spread of the COVID-19 virus, ranging from how we can combat racially driven bias and fake news to how we can increase cooperation and better manage stress.
As growing numbers of prisoners are released early from houses of detention during a pandemic, working as a peer support specialist appears to hold promise for individuals who have personal experience with incarceration and mental illness.
It is designed to foster citizen experience in direct democracy, but is Participatory Budgeting and its capital allocations for community projects being used for vote-getting purposes?
Research led by Vincent Guilamo-Ramos of the Center for Latino Adolescent and Family Health (CLAFH) at the NYU Silver School of Social Work shows value of clinic-based parental involvement intervention 'Families Talking Together'.