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"The Behavioral Scientist's Ethics Checklist." Behavioral Scientist (October 2017), with Slava Polonski and Sandra Matz. Additionally available is this worksheet to aid ethical collaboration with field partners.
"To Read Someone's Mind, Look Into Their Eyes." Scientific American (September 2017), with Christina Leuker and Wouter van den Bos.
"Reclaim Your Commute: Getting To And From Work Doesn't Have To Be Soul Crushing." Harvard Business Review (Print, May-June 2017), 149-153, with Francesca Gino, Bradley Staats, Julia Lee, and Jochen Menges; reprinted in 2019's HBR Guide to Work-Life Balance.
"Breaking The Cycle: The conditions that help poor people make better decisions, according to new research." Quartz (May 2017), with Elke Weber and Jaideep Prabhu.
"The Business Case for Providing Health Insurance to Low-Income Employees." Harvard Business Review (April 2017)
"What to Do When Someone Angrily Challenges Your Data." Harvard Business Review (April 2017); reprinted in 2018's HBR Guide to Data Analytics Basics for Managers.
"A 5-Step Process to Get More Out of Your Organization's Data." Harvard Business Review (March 2017)
"Can Trump resist the power of behavioral science's dark side?" The Conversation, Houston Chronicle (February 2017)
"Proactivity Can Be a Double-Edged Sword." Harvard Business Review (October 2016), with Andreas Wihler
"Human biases hold key to solving both Europe’s refugee crisis and climate change." The Conversation, Fortune (November 2015)
"'The problem with following your passion." Washington Post, LA Times (November 2015), with Sam McNerney
"To Improve Employee Health, Design Workspaces That Reduce Stress." Behavioral Science and Policy (Blog, October 2015), with Sam McNerney
"Using Science to Make Government Work Better." Scientific American Mind (Blog, September 2015), with Sam McNerney and Dave Nussbaum
"Should Governments Nudge Us to Make Good Choices?" Scientific American Mind (Print, August/September 2015), with Sam McNerney
"How Poor Choice Architecture Could Determine the Future of Greece and Europe." SPSP Blog (July 2015), with Sam McNerney
"Laziness Is More Complex Than You Think: How a More Nuanced Approach Can Help Us Overcome Laziness When Needed." Huffington Post (March 2015)
"Randomized Controlled Trials: Powerful, But Only When Used Right." Huffington Post (January 2015)
"Being Busy as a Status Symbol: Why American Culture Values a Lack of Leisure Time and What We Can Do About it." Huffington Post (November 2014)
"In Defense of 'Nudging': When the Government Nudges, Everyone Wins." Huffington Post (October 2014), with Noah Castelo
"Choosing Smart Reference Groups Can Improve Outcomes and How We Feel about Them." Huffington Post (October 2014)
"Using Failure As an Opportunity to Reflect Instead of Feeling Defeated: Let's Strive to "Fail Better." Huffington Post (September 2014)
"Irrational Markets Or Irrational Individuals? Designing 'Smart' Environments Improve Decision-Making and Make Markets More Efficient." Huffington Post (August 2014)
"Product Design From a Behavioural Perspective." Huffington Post (November 2013)
"Why We Need Slack In Our Lives, And Why Organizations Should Start Giving It To Us?" Huffington Post (October 2013)
"Using Insights From Behavioural Economics To Redesign Executive Compensation." Huffington Post (October 2013)