KLIFF/VIDA IN THE NEWS!

KLIFF / VIDA’s research has been covered in the U.S, Canada, U.K, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India, United Arab Emirates  & Malaysia


Articles  

view 2016 — Top 10 Insights from the “Science of a Meaningful Life” in 2015. Greater Good (UC Berkeley)
view 2014 — Guilt trip: Controlling parents hurt kids’ future relationships. Fox News
view 2014 — Cool at 13, Adrift at 23. New York Times
view 2014 — Cool Kids Study Offers ‘Revenge’ for Nerds. CNN
view 2014 — The Middle School ‘Cool’ Kids are not Alright. The Washington Post
view 2014 — ‘Cool’ Kids in Middle School Struggle in their 20s, Study Finds. Los Angeles Times
view 2011 — Teen-Mom Debats May Help Resist Peer Pressure. CBC News
view 2011 — Study of the Day: Arguing with Mom Protects Teen from Peer Pressure. The Atlantic
view 2011 — Arguing with Your Teen? Why That May be a Good Thing. The Globe and Mail
view 2011 — Arguing with Mom Helps Teens Fend Off Peer Pressure. TIME
view 2011 — Teens' Assertiveness may Help Them Resist Peer Pressure. USA Today
              2008 — The Popularity Gap. Newsweek
view 2008 — Teens' Perception That They are Liked Found to be at Least as Important as Actually Being Liked. Science Daily
              2007 — Little Princesses. The Roanoke Times
view 2005 — The Price of Teen Popularity: Risky Behavior More Likely Among Popular Kids. WebMD Health News
              2005 — The Price of Popularity. Washington Post
view 2005 — Teenagers who are well Liked may not be as well Behaved. Los Angeles Times
              2005 — Popular Teens Aren’t Always Angels. Forbes
view 2005 — The Dark Side of Adolescent Popularity. Science Daily

Videos  


2014 — Are you better off being a Nerd? CNN


2010 — Stuck in Endless Adolescence. The Early Show

Audio  


2014 — UVA Research: Controlling parents may hinder healthy relationships in kids. WTJU Radio Station


view 2012 — All Things Considered! Why a Teen Who Talks Back may Have a Bright Future. National Public Radio, NPR


view 2015 — Conflicts with Friends, Relationship Blindness, and the Pathway to Adult Disagreeableness. National Public Radio, NPR


2012 — Wait Wait Don’t Tell me! National Public Radio, NPR