Ayelet Fishbach

Ayelet Fishbach

In January 2022, Professor Ayelet Fishbach published a new book, Get It Done: Surprising Lessons from the Science of Motivation. Get It Done took the behavioral science world by storm, earning Fishbach copious media coverage, reviews, and podcast appearances. Below are selected publications from Fishbach's media tour. 

"Feeding two birds with one scone"
January 15, 2022 in The Boston Globe
With CDR principal researcher Bradley Turnwald

"What makes a good climate 'nudge'?"
January 11, 2022 in The New Statesman

"New Year’s Resolutions Are Notoriously Slippery, but Science Can Help You Keep Them"
January 11, 2022 in Scientific American

"How to stick to your 2022 goals, according to motivation scientist — and why most people fail"
January 8, 2022 on CNBC

"Seeking motivational mojo to start the new year? A behavioral scientist has some advice."
January 3, 2022 on Business Insider

"‘Get It Done’ Review: A Mindset for Motivation"
January 3, 2022 in The Wall Street Journal

"How the science of motivation helps with New Year’s resolutions"
January 1, 2022 in Financial Times

 

Alex Koch

Alex Koch

On February 2, Professor Alex Koch and co-authors Christian Unkelbach and Hans Alves were honored with the Best Social Cognition Paper Award from the International Social Cognition Network (ISCON). Their winning article “Negativity bias, positivity bias, and valence asymmetries: Explaining the differential processing of positive and negative information” appeared in 2020 in Advances in Experimental Social Psychology. 


Alex Shaw

Alex Shaw

"Why Kids Are Afraid to Ask for Help"
February 14, 2022 in Scientific American

 


Abigail Sussman

Abigail Sussman

"Why Young Adults Are Delaying Parenthood"
January 7, 2022 in The Wall Street Journal