Young people are more concerned about the environment and social justice than previous generations. Are they less affected by present bias?
Speaking the Truth: Accents, Credibility, and Implicit Bias
People who speak with foreign accents are perceived as less credible by listeners. How can managers counteract this bias?
How Will Choice Overload Affect Our Post-Lockdown Fun?
As some countries begin to ease their lockdowns, the sudden explosion of choice could actually diminish our happiness.
Who’s In There? A Behavioral Toolkit to Enhance Self-Control
The way that we talk to ourselves and others about our experiences has major implications for our self-control.
Are We Innately Selfish? What the Science Has to Say
Over millennia, countless philosophers have written about our inherently selfish nature. But evidence suggests this may not be true.
Moving the Mental Goalposts: Why Aiming for the “Best” Isn’t Always The Best Strategy
When we're setting goals for ourselves, we tend to maximize & aim as high as we possibly can. But is this always the best approach?
Holding the Line: Social Norms and Party-Line Voting
Party-line voting in Congress is the worst it's ever been. Insights from behavioral science help explain why.
Join the Club: The Science Behind the Rise of Clubhouse
Initially a favorite of Silicon Valley types, the audio-based social network is now exploding in popularity. Why are we so drawn to Clubhouse?