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Can Bionic Reading make you a speed reader? Not so fast

Lauren M. Singer Trakhman, University of Maryland What if something as simple as bolding parts of a word could...

‘Dataraising’ – when you’re asked to chip in with data instead...

Lucy Bernholz, Stanford University Fundraising appeals are part of everyday life, both online and off. Requests for financial donations arrive by snail mail, email, social...

Pregnancy apps and online spaces fail to support individuals grieving a...

Nazanin Andalibi, University of Michigan Approximately 1 in 4 pregnancies in the United States ends in loss. Pregnancy loss,...

Health apps track vital health stats for millions of people, but...

Saligrama Agnihothri, Binghamton University, State University of New York Health-tracking devices and apps are becoming part of everyday life....

How Uber and other digital platforms could trick us using behavioral...

Abbey Stemler, Indiana University; Joshua E. Perry, Indiana University, and Todd Haugh, Indiana University Uber’s business model is incredibly simple: It’s a platform that facilitates...

Spending too much time on your phone? Behavioral science has an...

Ashley Whillans, Harvard Business School We’re squandering increasing amounts of time distracted by our phones. And that’s taking a serious toll on our mental and...

How ‘media snacks’ – from HQ Trivia to Candy Crush –...

Ethan Tussey, Georgia State University When Snow White sang “Whistle While You Work,” she was participating in a long tradition of using entertainment to manage...

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