- As the culmination of WWS 502, "Psychology for Policy Analysis and Implementation," Princeton's MPA students capitalized on their knowledge of behavioral science to design policy interventions to bring about a change in individual behavior—whether reduction of a harmful behavior or promotion of a beneficial one.
- Princeton news reported on a study highlighting how the consensus among medical scientists that childhood vaccines are safe shows promise as a way to increase public support for vaccination, according to new research.
- Curbing school bullying has been a focal point for educators, administrators, policymakers and parents. An innovative program in NJ schools, based on research by Betsy Paluck, utilizes the social networks of their most connected peers to promote conflict resolution.
3:00 pm Fri, Oct 14, 2016
Inaugural Symposium featuring afternoon panel presentations and remarks from speakers from across Princeton’s faculty as well as guests, including Richard Thaler (University of Chicago) Cass Sunstein (Harvard University), and Daniel Kahneman.
4:00 pm Thu, Sep 15, 2016
4:00 pm Thu, Nov 17, 2016