Monday assorted hyperlinks

1. Jodi Ettenberg interview.  Really helpful.

2. “No evidence for cumulating socioeconomic advantage. Ability explains increasing SES effects with age on children’s domain test scores.

3. Unite America, for ranked alternative voting.  And the sugar lobby is alive and well.

4. “We discover that entry to a plasma donation middle reduces demand (inquiries) for payday and installment loans by 6.5% and eight.1%, respectively, with bigger results (13.1% and 15.7%, respectively) on youthful debtors. Furthermore, foot site visitors will increase by 7-10% at important and non-essential items institutions when a brand new plasma middle opens close by. Our findings recommend that plasma donation helps households clean consumption with out interesting to high-cost debt.”  Hyperlink here.

5. “Thus, six-year-olds appear to more flexibly use multiple sources of information than both younger children and adults…

6. “An additional study (N = 2,172) shows that both Democrats and Republicans perceived the social network Facebook to be biased against their side.

7. “License plate readers are rapidly reshaping private security in American neighborhoods, bringing police surveillance tools to the masses with an automated watchdog that records 24 hours a day.

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