Kahneman-Treisman Center for Behavioral Science & Public Policy

New Research Tracks Public Sentiment on Supreme Court, Abortion Access
June 13, 2022

New panel survey data from Chelsey Clark and Betsy Levy Paluck points to increase in both those who think that Americans support legal abortion and those who believe the court has a conservative leaning after the draft decision on Roe v Wade was leaked.

Research ideation process featured in new Print Edition of Behavioral Scientist
June 13, 2022

Betsy Levy Paluck was interviewed about research ideation in the new Print Edition of Behavioral Scientist, a journal for the wider behavioral science community supported, in part, by the Kahneman-Treisman Center.

Through prose, poetry, historical archives, and art, the latest print edition—entitled Brain Meets World

Campus Behavioral Science Initiative Study Featured by EGAP
April 14, 2022

Evidence in Governance and Politics recently highlighted a study by Princeton researchers on how participatory practices change attitudes and behavior in the workplace, part of which was conducted under the auspices of the Campus Behavioral Science Initiative.