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This blog post, provided by the IPR Behavioral Insights Research Center and written by Dr. Terry Flynn and Tim Li, is based on a research paper by Rebecca Webster, MSc, John Weinman, Ph.D., & James Rubin, Ph.D. Key Findings Positively-framed information about side effect likelihoods can reduce the experience of side effects stemming from negative … Continue reading Positively-Framed Risk Information in Patient Leaflets Reduces Side-Effect Reporting

This abstract, summarized by IPR and provided by the IPR Behavioral Insights Research Center, is based on a research paper written by Sherry Jueyu Wu, Ph.D., at the University of California Los Angeles and Elizabeth Levy Paluck, Ph.D., at Princeton University.  Dr. Sherry Jueyu Wu and Dr. Elizabeth Levy Paluck conducted an experiment to examine how … Continue reading Participatory Practices at Work Change Attitudes and Behavior Toward Societal Authority and Justice

This blog post, provided by the IPR Behavioral Insights Research Center and written by Dr. Terry Flynn and Tim Li, is based on a research paper by Yasmina Okan, Ph.D., Rocio Garcia-Retamero, Ph.D., Edward T. Cokely, Ph.D., and Antonio Maldonado, Ph.D.  Key Findings For bar graphs presenting means, values inside the bar are often incorrectly believed as … Continue reading How Graphical Design Can Create Bias