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Loving the iPhone? Thank Steve Jobs and Human-Computer Interactions

The late Steve Jobs is considered the Thomas Edison of our time. His innovations revolutionized the way we live our lives and interact with others. The need for a human element in these electronics has led to new, multidisciplinary areas of psychological research such as the field of human-computer interaction (HCI).... More>


‘Evil Scientist’ Wants To Teach People To Do Good


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Cattell Sabbatical Awardees Announced

Douglas L. Medin and Alison Gopnik have been awarded this year’s James McKeen Cattell Fund Fellowships. These awards provide an extended sabbatical period that allows the recipient to pursue new research. They are available to North American university faculty members committed to the scientific study of human behavior and its applications for improving human welfare.... More>


The Unexpected Consensus Among Voting Methods

Historically, the theoretical social choice literature on voting procedures in economics and political science routinely highlights worst case scenarios, emphasizing the inexistence of a universally ‘best’ voting method. Indeed, the […]... More>