Ying LiuResearch Scientist, USC Center for Economic and Social Research
Ying Liu's Bio
Ying Liu is a research scientist at USC’s Center for Economic and Social Research. She aims to better understand how we can improve health and education.
Parents’ perceptions of the COVID-19 vaccine’s long-term comparative risk and their greater anticipated responsibility for children getting sick if vaccinated (versus not) were associated with lower vaccine uptake among children of vaccinated parents.
Asian and black Americans are more likely to perceive discrimination and unfair treatment due to people thinking that they might have the coronavirus.
People with respiratory symptoms are well aware of key symptoms of the COVID-19, but might not apply the knowledge to their own symptoms and sufficiently adjust their behaviors to prevent the spread.
How can we learn about what a student can or cannot do from the mistakes they make? This post presents findings based on a new method that provide diagnostic information on student learning. The learning and educational sciences literature has long recognized that aspects of knowledge, skills and ability may be inferred not only by […]