Making people happier, healthier and wealthier with behavioral science, at home and abroad.

Making people happier, healthier and wealthier with behavioral science, at home and abroad.

Making people happier, healthier and wealthier with behavioral science, at home and abroad.

Welcome to the Center for Advanced Hindsight

We design, test, and implement interventions that are scientifically rigorous, innovative, and impactful. We do this by straddling academia and the real world.

The Behavioral Design Podcast

How can we change behavior in practice? Listen in as hosts Samuel Salzer and Aline Holzwarth speak with leading experts on all things behavioral science, design and beyond.

Academic, Popular Press, and Buzz

One way that we straddle academia and the real world is through our publications, which show up in peer-reviewed journals as well as the popular press.

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With support from MetLife Foundation, our world-class behavioral researchers design and test solutions to increase the financial well-being for low-to moderate-income people living in the United States.

Learn more about the Common Cents Lab

The Behavioral Design Podcast

How can we change behavior in practice? Listen in as hosts Samuel Salzer and Aline Holzwarth speak with leading experts on all things behavioral science, design and beyond. The Behavioral Design Podcast from Habit Weekly and the Center for Advanced Hindsight at Duke University provides a fun and engaging way to learn about applied behavioral science and how to design for behavior change in practice.

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RESOURCES

We develop tools for people to become masters of their own behavior change.

Apps

Check out all the ways you can keep us in your pocket.

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Courses

Take one of our online courses to become an expert in human judgment and decision-making.

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Talks and Appearances

Watch one of our podcast appearances, or sign up to catch the next one live.

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NEWS

RT @alineholzwarth: "Emergencies are on the brain" - @Mariel_Beasley of @advncdhindsight

https://t.co/43rzLVtanu

@advncdhindsight

Why You Should Always Switch: The Monty Hall Problem (Finally) Explained https://t.co/EdhrH2gkGj via @behscientist

@danariely