Why psychological science is relevant to policy debates—and what policies might look like if they were better aligned with human nature
Peter A. Ubel M.D.
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Peter Ubel, M.D., is a physician, behavioral scientist, and professor of Business and Public Policy at Duke University. He is the author of Critical Decisions and Free Market Madness.
In Scientocracy, I blog about how behavioral science can inform some of our trickiest policy dilemmas. Where I muse about what the world would look like if evidence guided our political decision making.