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Sadder but wiser? Maybe not (17 October 2022): New York Times

Accounting's big lie -- and how to fix it (6 October 2022): Project on Government Oversight

Behavioral Science Authors Series (31 May 2022): Behavior Change For Good

Decision Leadership: Empowering Others to Make Better Choices (20 Apr 2022)

UnSILOed Podcast: Perfectly Confident and Good Judgment: Your Keys to Succeeding in Life (4 Jun 2021)

7 Books to Inspire New Grads to Make a Dent in the Universe (3 Jun 2021)

Perfectly Confident Leadership (21 May 2021): California Management Review

Perfectly Confident: How to Calibrate Your Decisions Wisely (28 Dec 2020)

Make Better Decisions by Calibrating Your Level of Confidence (30 Nov 2020)

Thinking Probabilistic about Covid Risk (18 Nov 2020)

Polls are overconfident, just like people (12 Nov 2020): Quartz

Confidence: How it can help us (24 Aug 2020): The Why Factor

Be confident--but not too confident (16 Aug 2020): Brians Comments

Persuasion Tactics of the Internet (2 Aug 2020): The Atlantic

How to be Perfectly Confident (Jul 2020): Here @ Haas podcast

Overconfidence Is Overrated (30 Jul 2020): One Among Many Blog

Are you thinking about confidence wrong? (Jun 2020): The Jordan Harbinger Show

How to Remedy 'Better-than-Average' Effects (29 Jun 2020)

Perfect Confidence (18 Jun 2020): Science of Success Podcast

Make Better Decisions (13 Jun 2020): People & Projects Podcast

How to be perfectly confident (25 May 2020): Curious Minds at Work Podcast

Perfectly Confident Book Launch (26 May 2020)

Is it safe to go out? (24 May 2020): CharacterLAB tip of the week

How self-confidence really works (18 May 2020): Something You Should Know Podcast

Check Yourself (29 Apr 2020): Psychology Today

Self-Confidence is a weakness (22 May 2020): Something You Should Know Podcast

Interview with Katy Milkman (21 May 2020): Behavior Change For Good

5 tips for calibrating your confidence (5 May 2020): BerkeleyHaas News Room

Overprecision is a property of thinking systems (1 May 2020): Data Colada

6 Ways To Be a More Confident Leader--Without Being Cocky (25 Apr 2020): Socap Digital

Keeping your head in a crisis (9 Apr 2020): BerkeleyHaas Executive Education

Overconfidence in Covid-19 (26 Mar 2020): LA Times

20 books that all leaders should read in 2020 (8 Jan 2020): World Economic Forum

'Margin of error" gets new scrutiny (23 Nov 2020): Undark

I interview Katy Milkman (Nov 2020): Haas School of Business

I interview Angela Duckworth (6 Aug 2020): Haas School of Business

I interview Annie Duke (9 Jul 2020): Haas School of Business

The weird psychological effect of a no-deal Brexit deadline (7 Jul 2020): Wired

Trump's overconfidence is deadly in a crisis (26 Mar 2020): LA Times

The secret ingredient for small business success (18 Feb 2020): Forbes

The Endless, Invisible Persuasion Tactics of the Internet (2 Aug 2019): The Atlantic Magazine

Confidence (5 Jun 2019): The Why Factor (podcast)

PhD seminar in Open Science (22 Apr 2019): Haas Newsroom

The crusade for open access.  (22 Oct 2018): Berkeley Library News

Doctors like to think Big Pharma doesn't sway them.  It does.  (4 Oct 2018): Bloomberg View

Elon Musk smoking a blunt is a modern-day weed Rorschach test (14 Sep 2018):

How to spot a narcissist (30 Jul 2018): BBC Business Daily

Why expert preditions are bad (29 May 2018): Zetland

Six ways to be a more confident leader--without being cocky (25 Apr 2018): Conscious Company

ArXiV preprint service (14 Feb 2018): Collabra

It's hard to be humble (12 Feb 2018): Choiceology podcast

Traditional interviews don't work (9 Nov 2017): California Management Review

Three ways overconfidence can sink your ship (15 Aug 2017): Forbes

Interview with Greg LaBlanc: Personnel selection (19 Jul 2017): Berkeley Haas

Donald Trump is a terrible negotiator (26 April 2017):

Horns, Haloes, and Heroism (Spring 2017): California alumni magazine

The era of overconfident CEOs is waning (7 Mar 2017): Wall Street Journal

Donald Trump and the Irresistability of Overconfidence (17 February 2017): Forbes

When trusting your gut can get you intro trouble (12 Dec 2016): BetterUp blog

Optimism, confidence, and election turnout (4 Dec 2016): The Guardian

Overconfidence (18 Sep 2016): Rationally Speaking podcast

Mark Gilbert - The Fed feigns certainty about monetary policy (31 Aug 2016): Bloomberg View

Trump Says He's a Great Negotiator, but the Evidence Says Otherwise (19 Jul 2016): Fortune

Trump, overconfidence, and the 2016 election (17 Mar 2016): LinkedIn

The kryptonite of smart decisions? Overconfidence (8 Mar 2016): Association for Psychological Science 

Everybody Loves a Winner. So What Happens if Trump Loses? (14 Jan 2016): New York Times

Why have negotiation deadlines anyway? (7 Jul 2015): The Atlantic 
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Uber-Confidence (1 Jun 2015): Psychology Today

Outside Auditors Get Asked In (11 May 2015): Wall Street Journal Business

Researchers Have Found a Really Good Reason Not to be an Optimist (6 May 2015): Washington Post

Smart Leaders are OK with Seeming Uncertain (10 Feb 2015): Harvard Business Review

How to Win at Raising Money: Warn that You're About to Lose (6 Oct 2014): New York Times

The Over Under on Confidence (Sep 2014): Pavilion

19 Books Billionaire Charlie Munger Thinks Everyone Should Read (1 Sep 2014): Business Insider

The Psychological Phenomenon that Skews College Admissions and Hiring (1 Aug 2013): Quartz

M.B.A. Admission Tip: Always Go for an Easy 'A' (31 Jul 2014): The Wall Street Journal

Questionable Admissions (30 Jul 2013): Inside Higher Ed

Overconfidence Can Give You a Competitive Edge at Work (22 May 2014):

Admissions Officers Prone to Select Students with Inflated Grades (31 Jul 2013): The Daily Californian

Grade Inflation Works-in Schools and in the Workforce (25 Jul 2013): LA Times

Are You Hiring the Wrong Person? (25 Jul 2013): Haas Newsroom

Why Unqualified Candidates Get Hired Anyway (25 Jul 2013): HBS Working Knowledge

The Dark Side of Confidence (22 May 2013): Forbes

Ask the Experts: Why Do We Make New Year's Resolutions (And How Can You Keep Yours This Year)? (2 Jan 2013):

Today's Faculty: Stressed, Focused on Teaching, and Undeterred by Long Odds (24 Oct 2012): The Chronicle of Higher Education

6 Habits of Great Bosses (28 Sep 2012): Men's Health

One Cure for Accounting Shenanigans (14 Jan 2012): The Wall Street Journal

Promoting, Look Beyond Results (24 Oct 2011): The Wall Street Journal

What CEOs Need to Know About Hardball Negotiating (11 Oct 2011): Chief

Negotiation as Theatre of the Absurd (Aug 1 2011): Financial Times