Laws that threaten ideological preferences prompt some opponents to adopt more extreme beliefs
People will endure inconvenience to synchronize events, regardless of proximity
Tying payments to weight, rather than behaviors, marginally more effective
Warehouse pickers perceive process to be fairer
Nudge to improve preventive medicine performance didn’t work – and yielded discontent
Claiming victimhood of a different sort — say, concerning free speech — seen as more effective in silencing criticism
Does it come down to poor valuations or poor strategy?
An interpretable model versus black-box algorithms for complex decision making
Capturing how decisions are driven by a habitual preference for moderation
The kind of reward matters less than the type of connection between giver and recipient
Cultural norms — reading and the calendar — affect native English-speakers’ motioning constructs
We literally feel closer to someone we’re hearing via headphones
Social media optimal for spreading conspiracy theories
Highlighting the right data and making it relevant can help overcome resistance
Which one walks out happier?
Forced to nod in agreement, workers may embrace conspiracy theories, be less trusting