My report on the health effects of Sure Start has been featured in the Nuffield Foundation blog, The Guardian (x2), The Times (x2), Financial Times (x3), The Independent, The Mirror (x2) (x3), The Daily Mail, The BBC, The Victoria Derbyshire Show, The Conversation, Nursery World and The Parliamentary Review. It was discussed in the House of Lords in a half-hour emergency debate the day after its release and in the House of Commons, cited in the “Marmot Review 10 Years On” and voted #4 of 21st century U.K. public health achievements. In the 2019 election, both Labour and the Liberal Democrats cited this research to justify their manifesto plans for an extra £1 billion to reverse Sure Start budget cuts.
My pilot on transcendental meditation in a primary school in London has been featured in the Guardian.
My work on fetal development has been featured with a video interview (above) in the BOLD Blog on Learning and Development by the Jacobs Foundation.
My paper “The effects of two influential early childhood interventions on health and healthy behaviors” has been featured in the New York Times (22 October 2015).
I have presented my research on the developmental approach to health policy at the American Enterprise Institute event “Closing the gaps in health outcomes: Alternative paths forward”. See the recorded video here and below.
I was interviewed by Patrick Bernau for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung after my talk at the ASSA meetings (Chicago, 2012).
My paper “Popularity” on the wage returns to social skills has been featured in: The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, The Independent, Daily Post, BBC News, Freakonomics Blog, Marginal Revolution Blog, Los Angeles Times, La Tercera, The Times of India, The West Australian, BBC5 and New York Times, the TIME, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the New York Magazine, the American Public Radio and the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. I have also been interviewed by Suzanne Pekow for American RadioWorks.