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Posted on September 24th, 2021 in Article, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Gupta recently published the article “Evaluation of an emergency department-based opioid overdose survivor intervention: Difference-in-difference analysis of electronic health record data to assess key outcomes,” in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence. Abstract Background In recent years, a number of emergency department (ED)-based interventions have been developed to provide supports and/or treatment linkage for …

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Posted on September 16th, 2021 in Book Chapter, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Laura Holzman recently published two chapters in the book Socially Engaged Art History and Beyond, edited by Cindy Persinger and Azar Rejaie. The first chapter is tiled “Cultivating an Engaged Art History from Interdisciplinary Roots” and the second is “Structuring Academic Jobs for Engaged Art History.” About this Book What is socially engaged art …

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Posted on September 9th, 2021 in Article, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Irby-Shasanmi recently published “Gender Differences in the Effects of Support Exchanges on Self-Esteem and Mastery for Mid- to Late-Life Adults,” in the journal Basic and Applied Social Psychology. Abstract Applying social psychological theories of social exchange and gender socialization perspectives, we assess gender differences in the effects of receiving and giving social support on …

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Posted on September 2nd, 2021 in Article, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Daniel P. Johnson recently published the article, “Spatiotemporal Associations Between Social Vulnerability, Environmental Measurements, and COVID-19 in the Conterminous United States,” in the journal GeoHealth. Summary Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) affects different locations at different points in time and understanding its impact on communities is an imperative research effort. Communities that are considered socially …

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Posted on August 27th, 2021 in Article, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Samuel Kahn recently published the article, “A Dilemma for Mathematical Constructivism,” in the journal Axiomathes. Abstract In this paper I argue that constructivism in mathematics faces a dilemma. In particular, I maintain that constructivism is unable to explain (1) the application of mathematics to nature and (2) the intersubjectivity of mathematics unless (3) it …

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Posted on August 20th, 2021 in Article, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Sumedha Gupta recently published the article, “US Trends in COVID-19–Associated Hospitalization and Mortality Rates Before and After Reopening Economies,” in the journal JAMA Health Forum. Abstract Importance  After abrupt closures of businesses and public gatherings in the US in late spring 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, by mid-May 2020, most states reopened their …

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Posted on August 13th, 2021 in Article, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Kenzie Mintus’ work titled “Staying Connected: Alternative Transportation Use, Neighborhoods, and Social Participation among Older Americans” was recently published in the journal The Gerontologist. This research will be included in a special issue on Age-Friendly Environments. Abstract Background and Objectives A wealth of empirical evidence documents improved health among older adults who participate in …

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Posted on August 9th, 2021 in Book, Faculty, Publication by Aaron Dusso

My first book, Blackout: The Untold Story of Jackie Robinson’s First Spring Training (University of Nebraska Press, 2004), was released as an audiobook a week ago. The narrator is New York actor and producer Peter Lerman. Blackout chronicles Jackie Robinson’s tremendous ordeal during the crucial spring training of 1946, a full year away from breaking major …

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Posted on August 2nd, 2021 in Article, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Demirel-Pegg and Dr. Aaron Dusso’s work titled “Partisanship versus Democracy: Voting in Turkey’s Competitive Authoritarian Election,” was recently published in the journal Political Studies Review. Abstract Do voters care about anti-democratic behavior by their leaders? While political pundits and academics often hope that they do, there has been little research that tests the effects …

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Posted on July 22nd, 2021 in Media by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Dusso was interviewed in a recent Tribune-Star story on the 50th anniversary of the passing of the 26th Amendment: “Effort to give 18-year-olds the vote wouldn’t have succeeded in 2021. Today’s polarized government would’ve blocked 26th Amendment’s voting expansion.” Aaron Dusso is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science, IU School of …

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