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Dr. Sam Wang

Princeton Election Consortium

Dr. Sam Wang appears in the following:

The Impact of Third-Party Candidates on Down-Ticket Republicans

Monday, August 15, 2016

Many Republicans fear Trump will bring down the GOP with him. But could third-party candidates improve voter turnout enough to boost down-ticket Republicans?

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How the 2016 Election Could Reshape the Electoral Map

Thursday, June 16, 2016

The electoral map has remained relatively unchanged in the last four election cycles. Could Donald Trump's ascension change that? 

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Follow-Up-Friday: Nate Silver vs. Sam Wang on Midterm Polling

Friday, September 12, 2014

Pollster Sam Wang responds to FiveThirtyEight's midterm forecast.

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Making Predictions

Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Sam Wang, Associate professor, Department of Molecular Biology and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute, of the Princeton Election Consortium helps us break down what to expect as voters go to the polls today.

 

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Please Explain: Teenagers' Brains

Friday, December 02, 2011

In October, neuroscientists Sandra Aamodt and Sam Wang were on Please Explain to discuss how a young children’s brains develop. And this week they return to discuss the brains of adolescents and teenagers—from sleep problems, gender differences, behavior issues, learning disabilities, and hormones. They investigate myths about brain development and sort through the factors that matter—and those that don’t—in brain development from childhood to college. They’re the co-authors of Welcome to Your Child's Brain: How the Mind Grows from Conception to College.

How well do you know your child's brain? Take this quiz!

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Please Explain: Children's Brains

Friday, October 14, 2011

Neuroscientists Sandra Aamodt and Sam Wang discuss how a child’s brain develops, from conception to college, looking at language learning, sleep problems, gender differences, and behavior issues. They debunk myths and look at the factors that matter—and those that don’t—in children’s brain development. They’re the co-authors of Welcome to Your Child's Brain: How the Mind Grows from Conception to College.

How well do you know your child's brain? Take this quiz to find out!

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