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Gerd Gigerenzer on Decision Making
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August 1, 2022

Gerd Gigerenzer on Decision Making

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Whose Work Most Influenced You? Part 5: A Social Science Bites Retrospective 
Social Science Bites
November 13, 2023

Whose Work Most Influenced You? Part 5: A Social Science Bites Retrospective 

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Whither Nudge? The Debate Itself Offers Lessons on the Influence of Social Science
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August 10, 2022

Whither Nudge? The Debate Itself Offers Lessons on the Influence of Social Science

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Behavior Change Amid COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’
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June 17, 2020

Behavior Change Amid COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

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Existing Career Incentives Are Often Bad for Science

Existing Career Incentives Are Often Bad for Science

A culture of bad science can evolve as a result of institutional incentives that prioritize simple quantitative metrics as measures of success, argues Paul Smaldino. But, he adds, not all is lost as new initiatives such as open data and replication are making a positive difference.

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What happened to theory in the 21st century?

What happened to theory in the 21st century?

The last two decades have brought to psychology a renewed attempt to integrate both new forms of cognition (embodied, distributed cognition) as […]

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