Testing assumptions in the field can avoid costly errors in decision-making.
Viewing the cumulative probability of an event over a longer time span can motivate people to take action.
Research analyzes the policy trade-off between public health, economic well-being, and privacy.
The mental strain of poverty increases the risk of making costly mistakes.
The effects of co-branding are unevenly distributed and difficult to predict.
Research examines the role of the media in determining how much credence people give to expert advice.