Is it too late for Trump and Clinton to become more likeable?

According to the old adage, one never gets a second chance to make a first impression. Might that hold true for the presidential candidates?

Evolution Of Decision Making (1/3): The Rational Revolution

Books like Predictably Irrational have suffused popular culture. These books, however, do not present the only useful way to think about making decisions.

How Decision Science Could Have Changed World History

In a historically close election, the outcome of the 2000 U.S election in the end turned on which candidate carried Florida.

Evolution Of Decision Making (2/3): Irrationality’s Revenge

In making predictions and judgments under uncertainty, people do not appear to follow the calculus of chance or the statistical theory of prediction.

Evolution Of Decision Making (3/3): Current State

So, what is the right way to think about making decisions? There are a few easy answers.

Drone Policy (2/3): Understanding The Issues

The policies and systems of drone warfare tend to internally manufacture moral disengagement through the use of euphemistic language.

Drone Policy (3/3): A Roadmap To Better Decisions

Tackling failures of drone policy seems like a daunting task, but psychological insights suggest that the solutions may be relatively simple.