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First Three Videos in New Series: "Game Design Principles for Teaching Ethics - Insights from Designer Board Games"

August 16, 2017

Check out the first three videos in the series: "Game Design Principles for Teaching Ethics - Insights from Designer Board Games" with Tomer Perry, Research Associate, Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University and Noelle Lopez, Learning Lab Fellow, Derek Bok Center for Teaching & Learning, Harvard University. Two more videos to come soon! Read more about First Three Videos in New Series: "Game Design Principles for Teaching Ethics - Insights from Designer Board Games"

Current Fellow and Psychologist, Stephen Soldz, publishes new article on Interrogating the Ethics of Operational Psychology

June 23, 2017
Current Fellow-in-Residence and Psychologist, Stephen Soldz, along with colleagues at the Coalition for an Ethical Psychology Bradley Olson and Jean Maria Arrigo, has published an article in the Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology entitled "Interrogating the Ethics of Operational Psychology Read more about Current Fellow and Psychologist, Stephen Soldz, publishes new article on Interrogating the Ethics of Operational Psychology

Graduate Fellow, Barbara Kiviat, in Washington Monthly "The CFPB Is Making Government More Accountable. The GOP Wants to Stop It."

June 9, 2017
Graduate Fellow, Barbara Kiviat, writes in Washington Monthly about House Republicans' efforts to limit access to the CFPB consumer complaints database to government bureaucrats, removing an effective mechanism of government accountability. Read full story here. Read more about Graduate Fellow, Barbara Kiviat, in Washington Monthly "The CFPB Is Making Government More Accountable. The GOP Wants to Stop It."

Former Fellow, Elinor Amit, in the Harvard Gazette discussing her latest research on how humans think

May 12, 2017

In a new study, Elinor Amit, former Lab Fellow and affiliate of the Psychology Department, shows that people create visual images to accompany their inner speech even when they are prompted to use verbal thinking, suggesting that visual thinking is deeply ingrained in the human brain. Read more about Former Fellow, Elinor Amit, in the Harvard Gazette discussing her latest research on how humans think