Reading List: Sept. 2021

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Reading List: Sept. 2021

The Diversity-Innovation Paradox, PNAS, 2020

Understanding the onset of hot streaks across artistic, cultural, and scientific careers, Nature Communications, 2021

Promoting Creativity Through Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS): A Critical Review, Università degli Studi di Milano, 2018

Intelligence can be detected but is not found attractive in videos and live interactions, Evolution and Human Behavior, 2021

Bullshit Ability as an Honest Signal of Intelligence, Evolutionary Psychology, 2021

Using Body Ownership to Modulate the Motor System in Stroke Patients, Psychological Science, 2021

Intergenerational Mobility and Unequal School Opportunity, The Economic Journal, 2021

Dynastic Human Capital, Inequality, and Intergenerational Mobility, American Economic Review, 2021

The Dynastic Benefits of Early Childhood Education, NBER, 2021

Who do we invent for? Patents by women focus more on women’s health, but few women get to invent, Science, 2021

Marginalized and Overlooked? Minoritized Groups and the Adoption of New Scientific Ideas, NBER, 2021

A rational model of the Dunning-Kruger effect supports insensitivity to evidence in low performers, Nature Human Behaviour, 2021

An experimental test of fundraising appeals targeting donor and recipient benefits, Nature Human Behaviour, 2021

Are High-Interest Loans Predatory? Theory and Evidence from Payday Lending, NBER, 2021

A systematic review and meta-analysis of discrepancies between logged and self-reported digital media use, Nature Human Behaviour, 2021

Everyday deception or a few prolific liars? The prevalence of lies in text messaging, Computers in Human Behavior, 2014

The Fallacy of an Airtight Alibi: Understanding Human Memory for “Where” Using Experience Sampling, Psychological Science, 2021

Are Stated Expectations Actual Beliefs? New Evidence for the Beliefs Channel of Investment Demand, NBER, 2021

Closing the Gap: The Effect of Reducing Complexity and Uncertainty in College Pricing on the Choices of Low-Income Students, American Economic Review, 2021

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