Popular Press


Throughout my career, I have led and collaborated on numerous projects that have garnered attention from the mainstream press. Below you can find some select articles, in addition to a few random pieces that I’ve written for the popular press here and there.

Story TitleSource/URL
How language nerds solve crimesPBS
Computers as Creative Collaborators for Businesses?California Management Review
Verbal cues of authenticity are linked to positive social and business outcomes, according to new researchPsyPost
Putin, Bush, and Pronouns: Presaging War?Planet Word
Study Compares FOX News and MSNBC Using 52,000 Transcripts, 283 Million WordsNewsWise
What can vegans learn from anti-vegans?The Vegan Society
Breakups are more painful for MEN because they’re more ’emotionally invested’ in relationships than women, study findsThe Daily Mail
Men Are Just As Emotional As Women, Study SuggestsForbes
Men suffer ‘more emotional pain than women’ in break-ups, finds studyYahoo!
Men experience more heartbreak than women after a breakup, finds studyMetro
Divorce papers damp with tears? You must be a blokeThe Times
How Men Try to Cope with HeartachePsychology Today
Diagnosing the Long DeadProto Magazine
Edgar Allan Poe probably didn’t commit suicide, says computer textual analysisFast Company
Computer analysis of Edgar Allen Poe’s work concludes he did NOT commit suicideThe Daily Mail
Depression and language: analysing Edgar Allan Poe’s writings to solve the mystery of his deathThe Conversation
Analyse von TED-Talks: Emotionale Vorträge kommen besser anDeutschlandfunk Nova
Using women’s language makes public speakers more influentialThe Telegraph
New research finds our vocabularies can act as a window into psychological and physical well-beingPsyPost
Emotional Vocabulary Is Indicator of Wellbeing, Suggests New StudyTechnology Networks
Psychological Profiling and Event Forecasting Using Computational Language AnalysisCREST Security Review
What Can Science Tell Us About Story Structure?Science Friday
The Narrative Arc: What Big Data Tells Us About StorytellingPsychology Today
Revealed: The building blocks of a good storyThe Telegraph
How Many Characters Should a Tweet Be? We Ask the ExpertsWired
Why American voters were primed for a president who talks like TrumpLos Angeles Times
All the American presidents’ pronounsThe Japan Times
Trump’s speech: Less analytical, more sure than predecessorsAssociated Press
Why American voters were primed for a president who talks like TrumpChicago Tribune
Trolling the U.S.: Q&A on Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential ElectionUT News
UT study: Where you live shapes how you talk about foodSpectrum News
Where People Live Shapes How They Talk About Food, Study ShowsUT News
Writing about trauma can improve healthThe Daily Texan
What Does Your Social Media Style Say About You?Psychology Today
Ryan Boyd’s Software Minimizes the Tedium of Language AnalysisSociety for Personality and Social Psychology News
Toil and trouble: Researchers link Shakespeare to disputed playReuters
The Shakespeare AlgorithmThe New Yorker
Research suggests Shakespeare wrote ‘lost’ playCNN
A Shakespeare Play You’ve Never Heard OfPacific Standard
Shakespeare WASN’T a fraud: New research reveals he was ‘true author’ of disputed playThe Mirror
Study finds a disputed Shakespeare play bears the master’s markLos Angeles Times
Shakespeare’s Double Falsehood? Alas, that’s neither true nor falseThe Conversation
Finding Shakespeare’s markThe Boston Globe