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.
How to Better Communicate Health Risks and Improve Health Outcomes: Story-telling for More Impact
As we’ve covered in Part I and Part II of this series, risk appeals often include several different elements that work together to shape how they are interpreted…
Upcoming Event: 2018 ACSRS Annual Scientific Meeting
The Annual Meeting of the American Society of Colon & Rectal Surgeons features new, innovative technology, up-to-date research, topic-specific symposia...
Our research is published in top tier peer-reviewed journals as well as the popular press.
Our ﬁnancial decision-making research ranges from debt management to asset building, from inclusion to retirement.
Our global decision-making research is focused on increasing the well-being of low-income groups living in developing countries as well as improving their access to quality healthcare.
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 Startup Lab supports tech solutions related to health and ﬁnancial decision-making in building more effective products for humans. We help startups integrate ﬁndings and experimentation methods from behavioral science.Learn More the Startup Lab
Don't miss this great event, CAH's @alineholzwarth will be giving a talk on driving digital health engagement throu… https://t.co/w2InNcoLMe@advncdhindsight
Why do we make such bad decisions about money? Join me & @BEworksInc at our BE Summit for Science in Financial Serv… https://t.co/4h5he0eK4J@danariely
2018 ACSRS Annual Scientific Meeting
Music City Center
Omni Nashville Hotel
May 19 – 23, 2018
The Center for Advanced Hindsight's Aline Michelle Holzwarth will be giving a talk on driving digital health engagement through the use of behavioral economics at Duke's upcoming Digital Health Week event! [Thursday, September 20th at 12:00pm]
If you are interested in attending, sign up at the link below!