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Therapy is for Westerners: Inadequacies Measuring Bangladeshi Anxiety & Depression, Imaan Khasru, UG '23 (2267901)

Most tools to assess & diagnose psychological disorders are developed in the West via testing on Western populations, and then used on non-Western populations. We assume these tools are reliable…

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Electric Toothbrushing Pitfalls, Rachel J. Kulchar, UG (2276841)

As the most prevalent chronic disease, dental caries, or tooth decay, is exacerbated by inadequate plaque removal. Oftentimes, people assume that electric toothbrushes are a very efficient way to…

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Nordic NATO Expansion and the Arctic Security Dilemma, Riley M. Owen, UG '23 (2986829)

Since the conclusion of the Cold War, the notion of ‘Arctic Exceptionalism’ has characterized the region’s unique norms, dynamics, and cooperative atmosphere. Rising tensions of…

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A Comparative Organizational Perspective on Policy Diffusion: Theory and Empirical Applications, Johnatan Reiss UG'23 (2269070)

Studies of policy diffusion – examining how and why similar policies spread across different polities – tend to treat policymaking institutions as unitary actors. The information obtained…

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CITP Distinguished Lecture Series: Jon Kleinberg – The Challenge of Understanding What Users Want: Inconsistent Preferences and Engagement Optimization

Online platforms have a wealth of data, run countless experiments and use industrial-scale algorithms to optimize user experience. Despite this, many users seem to regret the time they spend on these…

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2022-2023 Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellows

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2023 Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellow - Mira Nencheva

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CITP Seminar- Katrina Ligett - Data Privacy is Important, but it’s not Enough

Our current data ecosystem leaves individuals, groups, and society vulnerable to a wide range of harms, ranging from privacy violations to subversion of autonomy to discrimination to erosion of…

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Amy Winecoff: DataX Information Technology Policy Data Scientist

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The Reconciling of Public Policy: A Political Development and Institutional Analysis of Reconciliation and its Impact on Policy, Christian Potter, UG '22 (3964342)

This thesis represents the first large-scale analysis of budget reconciliation in decades. Through an American Political Development lens, I argue that budget reconciliation, initially legislated in…

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Optimizing Princeton’s Campus Energy Plants, Harry Shapiro, UG '22 (3947045)

Despite advanced campus energy systems, Princeton spends $10-11 million/year on energy to heat, cool, and power campus buildings, in addition to emitting 75,000-80,000 metric tons of CO2 (equivalent…

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PNI Bootcamp 2020 Day 2 Math/Programming

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PRD 2020 Webinar: Day 3

May 7th, 2020 webinar "WELLBEING". Hosted by Karla Ewalt, Associate Dean for Research, with welcome by Pablo Debenedetti, Dean for Research. Presenters: Anne Elizabeth…

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Lucky Break: Regulating Lootboxes in Videogames

Over the past four years, loot boxes have skyrocketed in popularity. These virtual crates of in-game items have become a mainstay of the video game industry, with major franchises such as FIFA, Star…

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Trauma Exposure and Mental Health Outcomes Among Central American and Mexican Children Held in Immigration Detention at the United States-Mexico Border

The current study sought to explore the associations between migration-related stress and the mental health of migrant children coming from Central America and Mexico who were held in United States…

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