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Yearly Archive 2013

Bounded Rationality Summer School at Max Planck, Berlin 2014

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We invite talented graduate students and post-doctoral fellows to the annual Summer Institute on Bounded Rationality: Simple Solutions for a Complex World.

Why does printing cover pages save paper?

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Our internal studies have shown that when banner pages are disabled, print volumes increase 15% to 17%

Duplex by default (and a counterintuitive coda)

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Here’s a no-brainer application of benevolent defaults that has a provable, lasting, measurable change in paper consumption.

SCP Summer Conference in Washington, DC, August 7-10, 2014

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SAVE THE DATE: SOCIETY FOR CONSUMER PSYCHOLOGY (SCP) SUMMER CONFERENCE JDM researchers may be interested in the “Advancements in Judgment and Decision Making in Consumer Contexts” track at the Society for Consumer Psychology (SCP) summer conference at the 122nd Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (APA) from August 7th to 10th 2014 in Washington, […]

Behavioral Science and Policy Association (BSPA)

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DSN readers take note of new association, the Behavioral Science & Policy Association (BSPA), and a new journal, Behavioral Science & Policy

Boulder Summer Conference on Consumer Financial Decision Making, May 18-20, 2014

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Boulder Summer Conference on Consumer Financial Decision Making, May 18-20, 2014, St Julien Hotel, Boulder, CO

Do Americans need to bring their passports to the Toronto SJDM conference?

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Do Americans need to bring their passports on trips to and from Canada?

Society for Judgment and Decision Making newsletter is ready for download

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SOCIETY FOR JUDGMENT AND DECISION MAKING NEWSLETTER   The quarterly Society for Judgment and Decision Making newsletter is ready for downloading: http://sjdm.org/newsletters/ It features jobs, conferences, announcements, and more. This one features the 2013 conference program (the conference is happening in Toronto, Canada, at the Sheraton Queen Center Hotel, November 15-18, 2013). See http://sjdm.org/ for […]

Microsoft Research Postdocs for 2014

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Microsoft Research NYC ( research.microsoft.com/newyork ) seeks outstanding applicants for 2-year postdoctoral researcher positions.

AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowship

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The AAAS Science Technology Policy Fellowship that now has placement opportunities for the new U.S. Social and Behavioral Science Team. This is an outstanding opportunity for would-be Nudgers to bring our science into practice serving the public interest through various government agencies.