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My Research Reports

Transitioning to Adulthood - PSID-TA

Transitioning to Adulthood - PSID-TA

R+ Teen Survey Brief

R+ Teen Survey Brief

Jones Center Final Report

Jones Center Final Report

Science of Generosity Report

Science of Generosity Report

Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, IUPUI  I  psherzog@iupui.edu

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Understanding Social Science Effects

Does interacting with social science data in early adulthood promote generosity? To investigate this question from a life course development perspective, two distinct samples were drawn for a survey with an embedded experimental design. The first sample is of emerging adult college students (n = 30, median age = 20 years). The second sample is of young adults who were selected to participate based on their prior participation in a nationally representative and longitudinal study (n = 170...

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