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Todd Rogers
Prof , behavioral science & policy, education research, political communication research
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Todd Rogers Jun 13
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BIG at Harvard May 28
SAVE THE DATE. BIG Doctoral Workshop is on Monday, August 19 at Harvard Business School! Open to all doctoral students who are doing behavioral science field research to address social challenges. APPLY NOW: Questions? email maja_niksic@hks.harvard.edu
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beELL May 15
Important insight: "District leaders overestimate take-up w/ standard processes, underestimate w/ auto enrollment..After learning actual take-up, leaders willing to pay more for auto enrollment" Jessica Fink
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Martin West May 30
& discuss these results, and what actually works to improve student attendance, here:
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Todd Rogers Jun 3
Simplificaiton at work: “Even people who hate lawyers are going, ‘Oh, that’s cool.’” Companies jazz up contracts by turning them into comic books. via
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Matt Barnum May 31
New: The College Board tried a simple, cheap, research-backed way to push low-income kids into better colleges. It didn’t work.
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Todd Rogers May 26
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Todd Rogers May 9
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Todd Rogers May 6
I wonder if communicating to parents or students contributed more to this effect:
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Todd Rogers May 2
People Don't Mind Government Nudges, but Prefer Them Free of Politics
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Todd Rogers May 2
Our new paper in OBHDP out (with Jessica Lasky-Fink & ). Default parent enrollment in communication system increases student success; takeup: 11% -->95%; and school leaders don't intuit enrollment effect. In
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Katherine Milkman Apr 24
This episode of on the psychology of wealth inequality & upward social comparisons is riveting. I particularly love the research referenced on how boarding a plane by walking through the first class cabin increases air rage:
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Todd Rogers Apr 23
Step 1 for interventions: capture and maintain attn long enough to deliver information (behavioral or not). +1 for College
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Todd Rogers Apr 20
A downside of social connectedness: delays getting urgent health care. I wonder what other problems have this pattern...
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Todd Rogers Apr 19
Congratulations, . Eager to check it out!
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Todd Rogers Apr 19
Behavioral science in the Pentagon, via HKS Prof Jenn Lerner:
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Jana Gallus Apr 14
Read our new, short column, "Honours: A counterpoise to today’s bonus culture" | . Featuring work by and others Book: New paper:
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Todd Rogers Apr 5
Focused on kids, families, schools, behavioral science, data, and impact? is hiring several positions. What do they do? Think OPOWER for student absenteeism.
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Jim Kapsis Apr 2
How can tech help cities nudge us to live better lives without getting weird? On Technopolis Ep6, Nudge City, and I talk "nudge tech" with of and Emily Bailard of .
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Carly Robinson Mar 29
A nuanced take by on symbolic awards in educational settings... And I would love to study the effectiveness of my attendance-promoting strategy as a teacher - rewarding students with dance parties for perfect attendance!
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