As a young lieutenant, Daniel Kahneman was asked to improve the Israeli army’s haphazard process of assessing capabilities among combat-eligible recruits. Armed with a psychology degree and infantry experience, he brashly made up some criteria, developed questions to elicit relevant facts, and insisted interviewers ask only what he specified. Each More

A sample of research on anxiety and preference for immediate rewards, the role of social processes in delusions, machine learning and suicide research, thought conditioning, dissemination of best practices by clinicians, emotion regulation flexibility, racial discrimination and metal health, and memory in PTSD. More