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Lichter in LA Times: Late-Night Television's Role in Elections

Lichter in LA Times: Late-Night Television's Role in Elections

In a piece in the Los Angeles Times regarding the “new generation” of late-night television hosts, Robert Lichter, faculty member, Department of Communication and director of Mason’s Center for Media and Public Affairs, discusses the importance of late-night television to political campaigns.

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Dalal Weighs Decision-making Apps

Dalal Weighs Decision-making Apps

In a television news feature, psychology department chair and professor Reeshad Dalal discusses the usefulness (or lack thereof) of apps that help people make small and large decisions.

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O'Malley in Newsweek: Proposed Currency Face-Lift

O'Malley in Newsweek: Proposed Currency Face-Lift

In a story on Newsweek's site, Michael O'Malley, faculty member in the Department of History and Art History and associate director, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, discusses the relationship between "currency face-lifts" and public confidence, in reference to proposed Harriet Tubman twenty dollar bills.

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