Discover Magazine, October 16, 2020: How to Safely Visit Family This Holiday Season
The Center for Child & Family Well-Being, October 14, 2020: From Ally to Antiracist Using Psychological Science and Mindfulness to Cultivate Growth and Action
NPR, October 13, 2020: Anxiety, Depression Increased During Pandemic. Why Not Loneliness?
The BMJ, October 2, 2020: Covid-19: People Are Gathering Again, but Can Crowds Be Made Safe?
The Conversation, September 24, 2020: Microaggressions Aren’t Just Innocent Blunders – New Research Links Them with Racial Bias
The Seattle Met: The Future of Social Lives: Could Covid-19 Melt the Seattle Freeze?
The Heart Beat with Lisa Henderson: Connect with Others to Boost Your Health / Interview with Jonathan Kanter, PhD
NPR, July 15, 2020: Loneliness Hasn't Increased Despite Pandemic, Research Finds. What helped?
Kiro Radio, June 21, 2020: UW Study Looks at the Long-term Mental Health Toll of Lockdowns
Everyday Health, May 28, 2020: What Science Tells Us Will Help Us Thrive During Stressful Times
Crosscut, April 30, 2020: Social Isolation Challenges Seattle’s ‘Resilient’ Mental Health
Nikkei, April 29, 2020: New York voices: Virus-wracked City Split on Safety Versus Liberty
KIRO Radio, April 17, 2020: UW Study Shows Most Are Coping, Adapting to New Normal During Crisis
Seattle Met, April 17, 2020: Why You Shouldn't Give Up on Virutal Happy Hours
Geek Wire, April 13, 2020: Univ. of Washington and SurveySignal Study How Tips Help Us Cope with COVID-19
KIRO Nights, April 15, 2020: The UW's Jonathan Kanter
National Geographic, April 15, 2020: Psychologists are Watching How We Cope with Social Distancing
The Convseration, April 1, 2020: COVID-19 Could Lead to an Epidemic of Clinical Depression, and the Health Care System Isn't Ready for That, Either
KQED, March 31, 2020: With Shelter in Place Extended to May 1, How are Californians Coping?
STAT, March 28, 2020: In A Time of Distancing Due to Coronavirus, the Health Threat of Lonliness Looms
Crosscut, March 26, 2020: Social Distancing is Hard, Especially for People Living with Addiction and Mental Illness
High Country News, March 25, 2020: Support Groups Grapple with Social Distance and Isolation
The Seattle Times, March 23, 2020: ‘We’re in this human experiment’: UW Researchers Study Effects of Coronavirus Social Isolation
BBC, March 22, 2020: Interview with Dr. Jonathan Kanter on the Effects of Social Isolation
Huff Post, March 18, 2020: Panic Attacks And Night Terrors: The Mental Health Toll Of Coronavirus
WBUR, March 18, 2020: How To Stay Resilient And Mentally Healthy During The Coronavirus Outbreak
The Conversation, March 16, 2020: Social Distancing Comes with Social Side Effects - Here's How to Stay Connected
The New York Times, March 16, 2020: Wondering About Social Distancing?
UW News, March 12, 2020: Staying Connected - At a Distance
Mic.com, March 11, 2020: The Emotional Toll of Social Distancing
Seattle Times', December 20, 2018: Liberals and Conservatives Made Peace at UW — But Rush Limbaugh Wasn’t Buying It.
KUOW, September 21, 2017: Before Touching a Black Person’s Hair, Ask Yourself: Am I Being Racist?
KING 5 News, September 13, 2017: Evening News Story on Microaggressions
Inside Higher Education, September 5, 2017: Insensitive or Racist? Study Finds that Students who Deliver Microaggressions Are Also Likely to Harbor Racist Attitudes
Springer, August 31, 2017: Racism on College Campuses is Rooted in the Small Things People Say and Do
Center Director Jonathan Kanter and Center Affiliated Scientist Dan Rosen have written a series of linked articles on Psychology Today. The main article, published August 10, 2016, is called What Well-Intentioned White People Can Do About Racism.
The other linked articles can be found below:
August 13, 2016: Accepting Difficult Emotions Around Racism.
August 15, 2016: Learning the New Language of Racism.
August 16, 2016: Exploring Our Own Biases and Stereotypes.
August 18, 2016: Anti-racist Action and Becoming Part of the Solution.
August 20, 2016: Connecting: Forging real relationships with people of color.
Center Director Jonathan Kanter was featured in two popular media news articles about police brutality against black men:
PBS Newshour, October 6, 2016: Column: White People Don’t Understand the Trauma of Viral Police-Killing Videos
The Christian Science Monitor, October 13, 2016: Police Shootings and Social Media: Why Some Black People Believe No One Cares