What do we know about preventing gun violence? With Susan Sorenson, PhD
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Guns killed nearly 44,000 Americans in 2020, a higher number than in any other year in the past two decades. Meanwhile, a mass shootings in the spring brought gun violence to the forefront of the national conversation. Susan Sorenson, PhD, discusses what we know about the causes and consequences of gun violence in the United States and whether research can offer any insight into how to prevent it. Listener Survey - https://www.apa.org/podcastsurvey
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