Dr. Norbert Schwarz
- Huffington Post: Hungry? Maybe don’t go shopping
- The New Yorker: The good, the bad and the Hangry
- The New Yorker: When products talk
- Pymnts: “Hungry Customers buy more stuff (not just food)
- USC News: Binder clip anyone?
- NYMag: Here is not what to say to someone with cancer
- Pacific Standard: Smelling Something Fishy Makes People More Suspicious
- USC News: Something’s literally fishy: Study finds fish smell makes us suspicious
- The Conversation: Vaccines back in the headlines – here’s what the experts say
- The Conversation: The media fuels vaccination myths—by trying to correct them
- New York Times: A Superhero Power for Our Time: How to Handle the Truth
- Slate: The Science of Truthiness
- USC Dornsife Mag: How can national leaders reap the benefits of science and critical thinking?
- Washington Post: Democracy requires trust, but Trump is making us all conspiracy theorists.
Dr. Daphna Oyserman
Thinking about the Future
- The Atlantic: The mechanics of preventing procrastination
- BYU Radio: Achieving Goals, Immediate Gratification, Climbing Everest
- Business Insider: 10 Research-backed Ways to Beat Procrastination for Good.
- Chartered Management Institute: 12 Productivity Hacks all Managers Need
- Chartered Management Institute: Brain training to get your team performing better
- CNBC: How to save more money: Think in days, not years
- The Conversation: Do Challenges make school seem impossible or worthwhile?
- Huffington Post: Are you a procrastinator? Scientists say this brain hack can help you meet your goals
- New Scientist: How can I make myself more motivated?
- NPR: Future Self
- NZZ News: Nicht nur am Jahreswechsel: Die Zukunft beginnt besser in sieben Tagen als in einer Woche
School & College
- The Atlantic: Where Kids Learn More Outside Their Classrooms Than in Them
- Brookings: Improving community college completion rates by addressing structural and motivational barriers
- Brookings: 5 ways to boost community college completion rates
- The Conversation: Do challenges make school seem impossible or worthwhile?
- The Conversation: Can people ‘like me’ go to college? Inequality and dreams of higher ed
- Harvard Family Research Project: Evaluation of the School to Jobs Programme
- National Geographic:Why are kids destroying school property for digital ‘likes’?</a
Culture and Identity
- Eureka Alerts: “Cultural blunders make people better thinkers”
- Inverse: Why Santa Claus makes you smarter on Halloween: Moments of dissonance force us out of autopilot mode
- KCRW: Why Angelenos are still gathering as COVID cases rise
- Scientific American: “Cultural Goofs Gear up Gray Matter”