Milton Rosenberg is Professor Emeritus of Social Psychology at the University of Chicago.
Follow Their Stories: Get Notified
by Milton Rosenberg | Nov 10, 2016
“Things are seldom what they seem.” So sings the aging “Buttercup” in Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Penzance. Similarly, the opinions and preferences that respondents reveal to pollsters are sometimes falsely reported. Brooding over some recently received injury to your…
by Milton Rosenberg | Oct 7, 2016
“Put not your trust in princes” as Psalm 146 advises… nor put such trust in princesses or polls. For “princess,” awaiting a queenly coronation, read Hillary C and for “polls” include any of those focused on the current presidential race….