StudyFinds sets out to find new research that speaks to mass audiences — without all the scientific jargon. The stories we publish are digestible, summarized versions of research that are intended to stir debate: We do not agree nor disagree with any of the studies we post, rather, we encourage our readers to debate the veracity of the findings themselves.
All studies and surveys published on StudyFinds are vetted by our editors for proper and unbiased research methods. We are always transparent in who funded or is behind each article. Any research that has been retracted we will retract from our site with a correction. Should there be any content found inaccurate or erroneous, we will always issue corrections.
Launched in December 2016, StudyFinds.org has quickly jumped onto the daily news scene with coverage of high-interest studies for the general population. Each day we seek out recently-conducted research released by universities, peer-reviewed journals, or established companies, with sources vetted by our experienced editorial team.
If you have published research and you would like to see your study featured here, please contact us with details by emailing editor (at) studyfinds (dot) org.
Editor’s Note: StudyFinds.org is not affiliated nor supports any of the studies we post on this site. Our goal is to provide you with the latest results of professional studies and leave it to our readers to debate and explain their positions on these findings. There is no agenda here other than to find new data that will elicit a healthy dose of conversation for topics that speak to large segments of the population.
We strongly encourage our readers to leave their opinions about the studies in the corresponding “Comments” section of each article and give a “thumbs up” or “thumbs down” to the research. Creating a civil conversation among people with differing beliefs or experiences relevant to each study is always welcome here.