We can bridge the gap between the dinner table and the library, between corner bar and scientific laboratory. Through weekly interviews and stories, we offer a window onto the world of social science research, summarizing research and spotlighting ideas for future study. We strive to make the study of human thought and behavior accessible, illuminating everyday problems deserving new investigations. We bring together researchers, journalists, and other observers of everyday life to share stories and craft an ongoing conversation. The Measure of Everyday Life is produced by WNCU and made possible with underwriting from RTI International, an independent, non-profit research institute.