ideas42 is a non-profit organization that uses behavioral science to design scalable solutions to some of society’s most difficult problems. They collaborate with a wide range of partners, from leading foundations and non-profit organizations to government bodies and businesses. Since its founding at Harvard in 2008, when a team of top academics joined forces to create the first behavioral-design lab in the world, ideas42 has grown into an organization with global reach and influence. Whether it’s increasing savings rates in the Philippines, preventing students from dropping out of college in California, educating teenagers about the risk of HIV in South Africa, or saving water in Costa Rica, ideas42 is at the cutting edge of applied behavioral science.
Center for Decision Research
The Center for Decision Research (CDR), at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, is devoted to developing better understandings of human behavior and experience. The central priority of the CDR to produce cutting-edge behavioral science that will have a meaningful impact. Using insights from numerous disciplines—including psychology, economics, political science, neuroscience, and sociology—CDR now stands at the forefront of a field that is proving indispensable for understanding human behavior in finance, marketing, management, health care, politics, charity, and many other domains.
Behavioral Science & Policy Association
Behavioral Science & Policy Association (BSPA) is a global community of public and private sector decision makers, behavioral science researchers, policy analysts, and practitioners with a bold mission to promote the application of rigorous behavioral science research that serves the public interest. BSPA functions as an information hub, and community builder—connecting individuals and organizations through their conferences, spotlight workshops, taskforces, newsletters, and the publication of the journal Behavioral Science & Policy.
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Association for Psychological Science
Support for web development was provided by the Association for Psychological Science (APS) Fund for Teaching and Public Understanding of Psychological Science. The APS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of scientific psychology and its representation at the national and international level. Through a generous endowment from the David & Carol Myers Foundation, the teaching fund supports a number of initiatives, including small grants to support projects on the teaching of psychology.