Machine learning and AI are often held up as tools for unbiased decision-making, and they can be—but only if used carefully.
Questionable Research Practices in Behavioral Science, and How to Fix Them
A recent allegation of fraud against a high-profile researcher has shaken behavioral science. What drives questionable research practices?
Thinking Fast: When Intuition Isn’t All Bad, According to its Biggest Critic
Years of research on cognitive biases have given intuition a bad rap. Are there any situations where it's actually helpful to go with our gut?
Can It Ever Be “Too Late” For a Career Breakthrough? Research Says No
Conventional wisdom tells us that by the time we hit our 30s, we should have things all figured out. But the data say otherwise.
From Theory to Frameworks: Putting Behavioral Science to Work
Amidst a replication crisis gripping the behavioral sciences, frameworks present a promising way forward for practitioners.
Why There’s No Such Thing as “Just Asking Questions”
A scientific look at the function of questions—and how bad-faith actors can use them to distract us from what really matters.
Virtual Brainstorming for an Innovation Advantage in Hybrid and Remote Work
As hybrid and remote work become the new norm, team leaders need to adapt their brainstorming strategies to maintain an innovative edge.
How Diversity Statements Backfire—and What Organizations Can Do About It
Diversity statements are now commonplace in job postings. But research suggests that these gestures can actually do more harm than good.