Andrew is a writer and behavioral scientist focused on belief construction and how people evaluate new information. He is a PhD candidate in Politics at the University of Oxford, and a doctoral researcher at its Centre for Experimental Social Science (CESS). He was previously at Carnegie Mellon University where he worked at the BEDR Policy Lab and Center for Behavioral and Decision Research (CBDR), and was a research and teaching assistant to George Loewenstein. Andrew is editor-in-chief at The Decision Lab.
Nudging, Democratized: A Guide to Applying Behavioral Science
The book, co-authored by the brilliant Steve Shu and TDL editor-in-chief Andrew Lewis, provides a practical blueprint for organizations to start using behavioral science at low-cost and with relative ease.
The Devil You (Expect to) Know: Political Polarization
Seeing the person on the other end of that Twitter argument as a human being could be a powerful antidote to political polarization.