Evaluating a Cognitive Behavioral Approach for Improving Life Outcomes of Underserved Young Women: A Randomized Experiment in Chicago

Project: Research project

Project Details


Jonathan Guryan (1.0 academic months) will serve as a co-PI on this award. In his role as a co-PI, Guryan will work closely with co-PI Pollack to design the evaluation plan, finalize the analysis approach and approach to statistical inference, work closely with the data analysis team to prepare data for analysis and carry out the statistical analyses, review statistical output, and partner with Pollack to write and provide feedback on all scientific analyses and reports. We expect this project to result in at least one major publication summarizing the main impact estimates, which we would target for a top-tier scientific outlet in order to garner attention from policymakers as well as researchers.
Effective start/end date10/1/169/30/21


  • University of Chicago (FP064531-01-SP//2016-JU-FX-0002)
  • Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (FP064531-01-SP//2016-JU-FX-0002)


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