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Center for Decision Research

Center for Decision Research

The Center for Decision Research is devoted to the study of how individuals form judgments and make decisions. Researchers at the center examine the processes by which intuition, reasoning, and social interaction produce beliefs, judgments, and choices. Understanding how and why people make decisions has important applications in a range of contexts, including management, marketing, finance, and public policy.

Angela Duckworth

THINK BETTER with Angela Duckworth

On April 17, 2019, the CDR welcomed psychologist and best-selling author Angela Duckworth, who presented her talk, "Strategic Self-Control," followed by a discussion.

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David Yokum

THINK BETTER with David Yokum

As part of the THINK BETTER series, David Yokum, Director of the Policy Lab at Brown University, delivered his talk, "Behavioral Science and Public Policy: Mapping the Next Five Years" on Feb. 13, 2019.

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THINK BETTER with Sendhil Mullainathan

On November 28, CDR faculty member Sendhil Mullainathan presented on the “The Self-Driving Mind.” He was the inaugural speaker in our THINK BETTER series.

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Fishbach and Epley

Chicago Booth Behavioral Scientists Receive Award for Influential Research

Chicago Booth behavioral scientists receive award for influential research.

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Chicago Booth Pimco The PIMCO Decision Research Laboratories Center for Decision Research

A Partnership to Guide Wiser Decision-Making

CDR is partnering with PIMCO to enhance research facilities in Chicago and better understand human judgement and decision-making. CDR’s labs will be renamed the PIMCO Decision Research Laboratories.

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Richard Thaler

Nobel Prize Winner 2017

Richard H. Thaler wins Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences.

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Second Science Project

Second Science Project

CDR partners with The Second City.

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