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Leidy Klotz
Engineering professor building sustainable bridges - to behavioral sciences
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Leidy Klotz Oct 11
Good advice from a terrific person!
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Leidy Klotz Oct 2
Love this reframing - It Isn’t a Replication Crisis. It’s a Replication Opportunity via
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Behavioral Scientist Sep 18
What do we lose by failing to apply behavioral science earlier in the policy making process?
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Leidy Klotz Sep 11
An important new perspective on nudges covered here: Why Governments Need to Nudge Themselves via
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Leidy Klotz Aug 25
Let's stop asking whether "leaders" believe in climate change, and ask whether (or even how) they understand it.
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Leidy Klotz Aug 22
Lisa Watkins quoted in the Atlantic (re: worms and burrowing!) - en route to fulfilling promises made in reference letters
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Leidy Klotz Aug 21
Fun article by - my favorite is the "slow, kids at play" version. Slowing Down To Design a Better Sign via
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Leidy Klotz Aug 17
This doesn't seem like a very good process: US interior secretary's school friend crippling climate research, scientists say
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Leidy Klotz Aug 7
All except #5 were enlightening for me! Summer Reading: Five Articles Still on Our Minds via
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Leidy Klotz Aug 4
Being Female in a Male-Dominated Area of Study via
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Leidy Klotz Aug 2
gripping 2 hour story about early climate change lobbying - spoiler alert - human behavior held us back
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Leidy Klotz Aug 1
Thoughts on this soccer friends? Seems fixable... How Soccer’s Video Assistant Referee (VAR) Influences Belief in Human Referees’ Competence via
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Philippe Jul 31
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Leidy Klotz Jul 26
It's my friend's article, but I think I would like the idea of "sponsors" instead of "mentors" regardless:
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Leidy Klotz Jul 26
thanks for the interest - slides aren't self-contained, but this article describes a bit more -
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Leidy Klotz Jun 7
The world is better because Ingrid Gehl applied behavioral science.
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Leidy Klotz May 15
Here's free access to our latest article in on rational/irrational design for sustainability
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Leidy Klotz Apr 11
More evidence of the need for engineers who understand behavioral science: The Road to Cybersecurity Is Paved With “Extraordinarily Basic Things” via
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Leidy Klotz Mar 12
Totally agree that this describes where "Smart Cities" are currently headed - my question is whether we can get them going in the right direction?
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Leidy Klotz Feb 26
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