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A new five-year program funded by Britain’s Economic and Social Research Council aims to harness social science to address vital environmental concerns.
Social psychologists David Dunning of the University of Michigan and Justin Kruger of New York University, whose research captured the public imagination by suggesting that unskilled people often overrate their own abilities, have received the 2023 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award in Psychology.
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Four scholars working in the social and behavioral sciences were among the 25 luminaries named fellows of the MacArthur Foundation earlier this week.
Shirley Malcom, senior adviser to the CEO and director of the SEA Change initiative at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, will deliver this year’s David Lecture.