The Science of Asking What People Want Scientific American (5.19) Published on Scientific American’s “Observations” Column.
The Problem with Following Your Passion Washington Post (11.15) with Jon Jachimowicz (Harvard Business School)
Grading the Choice Architecture of Presidential Candidates’ Donor Pages Richard Thaler's Misbehaving Blog (10.15) with Robert J. Neal (Qualia Agency)
Using Science to Make Government Work Better Scientific American Mind (9.15) with Jon Jachimowicz (Harvard Business School) and Dave Nussbaum (University of Chicago).
Governments Need to Nudge Citizens to Make Good Choices Scientific American Print (7.15) with Jon Jachimowicz (Harvard Business School).
How Poor Choice Architecture Could Determine the Future of Greece and Europe Society for Personality and Social Psychology (7.15) with Jon Jachimowicz (Harvard Business School).
What Makes Us Tick? A Writer and a Behavioral Scientist Talk about Behavioral Economics Psychology Today (4.15) with with Diogo Gonçalves
What Recycled Sewage Water Reveals About Human Psychology The British Psychological Society (4.15)
Everyone is Attracted to Creativity. But Which Creative Acts are the Sexiest? The British Psychological Society (1.15)
To Create a Habit, Focus on the Reward Tech Crunch (11.14) with Nir Eyal
Virtues of Cognitive Workout: New Research Reveals Neurological Underpinnings of Intelligence Scientific American (2.13)
The Irrationality of Irrationality: The Paradox of Popular Psychology Scientific American (4.12)
A Brief Guide to Embodied Cognition: Why You Are Not Your Brain Scientific American (11.11)