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The Great Attributional Divide: How Divergent Views of Human Behavior are Shaping Legal Policy
This article, the first of a multipart series, argues that a major rift runs across many of our major policy debates based on our attributional tendencies: the less accurate dispositionist approach, which explains outcomes ...
Taking Behavioralism Seriously: The Problem of Market Manipulation
For the past few decades, cognitive psychologists and behavioral researchers have been steadily uncovering evidence that human decisionmaking processes are prone to nonrational, yet systematic, tendencies. These researchers ...
Ubiquitous Human Computing
(Royal Society, The, 2008)
Ubiquitous computing means network connectivity everywhere, linking devices and systems as small as a thumb tack and as large as a worldwide product distribution chain. What could happen when people are so readily networked? ...
Naive Cynicism: Maintaining False Perceptions in Policy Debates
This is the second article in a multi-part series. In the first part, The Great Attributional Divide, the authors suggested that a major rift runs across many of our major policy debates based on contrasting attributional ...