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New research from Cornell University finds that upbeat music can spur people to behave more cooperatively during an economics game. ... More>
New reports from the White House Social and Behavioral Sciences Team (SBST) and the UK’s Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) are now available online. ... More>
When participants practiced trading items on eBay, they became less prone to certain economic biases and showed changes in brain areas linked to loss aversion. ... More>
A recent meta-analysis reveals that quick, intuitive decisions based on gut instinct lead to higher rates of cooperation. ... More>