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Todd Rogers
Harvard Kennedy School
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The short-run and long-run effects of behavioral interventions: Experimental evidence from energy conservation
H Allcott, T Rogers
American Economic Review 104 (10), 3003-3037, 2014
16592014
Descriptive social norms and motivation to vote: Everybody’s voting and so should you
AS Gerber, T Rogers
The Journal of Politics 71 (1), 178-191, 2009
7352009
Political extremism is supported by an illusion of understanding
PM Fernbach, T Rogers, CR Fox, SA Sloman
Psychological science 24 (6), 939-946, 2013
5592013
Political campaigns and big data
DW Nickerson, T Rogers
Journal of Economic Perspectives 28 (2), 51-74, 2014
4042014
The underutilized potential of teacher-to-parent communication: Evidence from a field experiment
MA Kraft, T Rogers
Economics of Education Review 47, 49-63, 2015
4022015
Do you have a voting plan? Implementation intentions, voter turnout, and organic plan making
DW Nickerson, T Rogers
Psychological Science 21 (2), 194-199, 2010
3862010
Harnessing our inner angels and demons: What we have learned about want/should conflicts and how that knowledge can help us reduce short-sighted decision making
KL Milkman, T Rogers, MH Bazerman
Perspectives on Psychological Science 3 (4), 324-338, 2008
3622008
Creating birds of similar feathers: Leveraging similarity to improve teacher–student relationships and academic achievement.
H Gehlbach, ME Brinkworth, AM King, LM Hsu, J McIntyre, T Rogers
Journal of Educational Psychology 108 (3), 342, 2016
3612016
Motivating voter turnout by invoking the self
CJ Bryan, GM Walton, T Rogers, CS Dweck
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (31), 12653-12656, 2011
3492011
A megastudy of text-based nudges encouraging patients to get vaccinated at an upcoming doctor’s appointment
KL Milkman, MS Patel, L Gandhi, HN Graci, DM Gromet, H Ho, JS Kay, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (20), e2101165118, 2021
3192021
Reducing student absences at scale by targeting parents’ misbeliefs
T Rogers, A Feller
Nature Human Behaviour, 1, 2018
316*2018
Future lock-in: Future implementation increases selection of [] should'choices
T Rogers, MH Bazerman
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 106 (1), 1-20, 2008
2292008
Reducing student absenteeism in the early grades by targeting parental beliefs
CD Robinson, MG Lee, E Dearing, T Rogers
American educational research journal 55 (6), 1163-1192, 2018
2242018
I’ll have the ice cream soon and the vegetables later: A study of online grocery purchases and order lead time
KL Milkman, T Rogers, MH Bazerman
Marketing Letters 21 (1), 17-35, 2010
2222010
Commitment devices: using initiatives to change behavior
T Rogers, KL Milkman, KG Volpp
JaMa 311 (20), 2065-2066, 2014
2122014
On the misplaced politics of behavioural policy interventions
D Tannenbaum, CR Fox, T Rogers
Nature Human Behaviour 1 (7), 0130, 2017
1792017
Highbrow films gather dust: Time-inconsistent preferences and online DVD rentals
KL Milkman, T Rogers, MH Bazerman
Management Science 55 (6), 1047-1059, 2009
1722009
Beyond good intentions: Prompting people to make plans improves follow-through on important tasks
T Rogers, KL Milkman, L John, MI Norton
Behavioral Science & Policy, 2015
159*2015
Artful paltering: The risks and rewards of using truthful statements to mislead others.
T Rogers, R Zeckhauser, F Gino, MI Norton, ME Schweitzer
Journal of personality and social psychology 112 (3), 456, 2017
1572017
Persistence: How treatment effects persist after interventions stop
E Frey, T Rogers
Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences 1 (1), 172-179, 2014
1312014
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