When it comes to time, we can be poor accountants. And we pay the price—in happiness, well-being, and our relationships. Ashley Whillans wants to help you change that.
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The Research Lead is a monthly digest connecting you to noteworthy academic and applied research from around the behavioral sciences. Here are our picks for October 2020.
We have the necessary raw materials to deal with the pandemic—where we fail is in matching skills and resources to the problems they could fix.
Behavioral research in education is more essential than ever, as students deal with remote learning and a national reckoning with racism.
We have more free time than ever before, but it’s so sliced and diced that we feel more time poor than ever. Here’s how to notice and overcome the time confetti in your life.
A special collection of 15 dispatches showcasing the work of behavioral scientists around the globe as they battle the coronavirus.
The results of a global survey of behavioral teams are in. Here’s how behavioral science is being deployed in organizations and governments around the world.
The way we assess achievement disadvantages lower class students and workers. Here’s how we can make it more equitable.
What would it mean to empower people—citizen choice architects—to design their own decision environments?