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Bradford Seminar: "Deep Uncertainty, Collective Action, and Need for Coordination in the Face of Climate Change"

Climate-change related decisions have three characteristics that set them apart from other simpler choices. They (i) involve an intergenerational public good, (ii) often require collective action and…

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Therapy is for Westerners: Inadequacies Measuring Bangladeshi Anxiety & Depression, Imaan Khasru, UG '23 (2267901)

Most tools to assess & diagnose psychological disorders are developed in the West via testing on Western populations, and then used on non-Western populations. We assume these tools are reliable…

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Human Attention Judgement and the Attention Schema Theory of Consciousness, Kathryn T. Farrell, UG '25 and Sarah C. Kimmel, UG '24 (2770632)

Princeton’s Attention Judgment study aims to investigate the ability of the human brain to predict and model the attention of others. Our work is centered around the Attention Schema Theory of…

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EmotionsNet: A modern platform for emotional research, Aetizaz Sameer, UG '25, Tyler Vu, UG '25, Andrew Hwang, UG '25 (2770125)

In the fields of psychology and neuroscience, often researchers seek to study the effect of mood and emotion on measurable characteristics -- such as health, willingness to take risks, and other…

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The Evolution of Cooperation in Everyday Trade in Ancient Pompeii and Viking Age Scandinavia, Megan Specht, UG '23 (2272281)

Many researchers have used models and equations to explain how human cooperation evolved. The current research shows that these cooperative behaviors can only spread throughout a population when…

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Human Morality in the Digital Age: A Conversation with Molly Crockett

Associate Professor of Psychology Molly Crockett studies how people learn and make decisions in social situations. Their lab's recent work focuses on moral cognition -- how people decide whether…

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Moffet Lecture: Du Bois and "The Souls of White Folk"

Robert Gooding-Williams (Columbia University) will present the lecture: “Du Bois and ‘The Souls of White Folk’” Professor Gooding-Williams’s paper, “Du Bois and…

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CITP Seminar: Amy Winecoff - Today’s Machine Learning Needs Yesterday’s Social Science

Research on machine learning (ML) algorithms, as well as on their ethical impacts, has focused largely on mathematical or computational questions. However, for algorithmic systems to be useful,…

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Welcome to Accommodate (Faculty)

Princeton University's Office of Disability Services is excited to introduce you to Accommodate. The ODS is happy to provide it's students and faculty with a new way to access accommodation…

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SICSS 2019 - Moving beyond simple experiments

SICSS 2019 - Moving beyond simple experiments

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SICSS 2019 - What, why, and which experiments?

SICSS 2019 - What, why, and which experiments?

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Metaphor – Promise and Peril: Complexity and Systems Thinking in Action : Day 2, Video 2: Complexity and Behavior

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First-Year Families Weekend 2018: "Psychology and Public Policy" - Betsy Levy Paluck

First-Year Families Weekend 2018: Faculty Lecture. "Psychology and Public Policy" Presented by Betsy Levy Paluck, professor of Psychology and Public Affairs. Princeton University October…

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Professor Jonathan Cohen‘s research presentation on “Understanding the Human Brain: A Reverse Engineering Challenge of Truly Cosmic Proportions."

Princeton Professor Jonathan Cohen presented recent research at the University’s Biomedical Data Science Day, focused on combining imaging of brain function (from single neurons to whole…

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Stereotypes: Whistling Vivaldi

Susan Fiske, Eugene Higgins Professor of Psychology, presents Overcoming 21st Century Biases: Ideas for Institutional Change during the 2015 Academic Mini Reunion.

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Hooding Ceremony 2010

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