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

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

Collabra blog (14 February 2018): ArXiV preprint service

Choiceology pocast (12 February 2018): It's hard to be humble

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

Forbes.com (15 August 2017): Three ways overconfidence can sink your ship

Interview with Greg LaBlanc: Personnel selection

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

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

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

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

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

The Guardian (4 December 2016): Mona Chalabi - Optimism, confidence, and election turnout

Rationally Speaking podcast (Sept 18, 2016): Overconfidence

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

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

Trump, overconfidence, and the 2016 election: LinkedIn March 17, 2016

The kryptonite of smart decisions? Overconfidence: Association for Psychological Science, March 8, 2016. 

New York Times Jan 14 2016: Brendan Nyhan - Everybody Loves a Winner. So What Happens if Trump Loses?

The Atlantic July 7 2015: Adam Chandler - Why have negotiation deadlines anyway? 
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Psychology Today June 1 2015: Joachim Krueger - Über-Confidence

WSJ Business May 11 2015: Emily Chaasan and John Kester - Outside Auditors Get Asked In

Washington Post May 6 2015: Roberto A. Ferdman - Researchers Have Found a Really Good Reason Not to be an Optimist

Harvard Business Review Feb 10 2015: Don Moore - Smart Leaders are OK with Seeming Uncertain

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

Pavilion Sept 2014: James McKeough - The Over Under on Confidence

Business Insider Sept 1 2014: Shane Parrish - 19 Books Billionaire Charlie Munger Thinks Everyone Should Read

Quartz Aug 1 2013: Rachel Feltman - The Psychological Phenomenon that Skews College Admissions and Hiring

The Wall Street Journal July 31 2014: Melissa Korn - M.B.A. Admission Tip: Always Go for an Easy 'A'

Inside Higher Ed July 30 2013: Scott Jaschik - Questionable Admissions

Big Think.com May 22 2014: Matthew Shepatin - Overconfidence Can Give You a Competitive Edge at Work

The Daily Californian July 31 2013: Somin Park and Simon Greenhill - Study Finds Admissions Officers Prone to Select Students with Inflated Grades

Los Angeles Times July 25 2013: Brad Bulukjian - Grade Inflation Works - in Schools and in the Workforce, Study Finds

Haas Newsroom July 25 2013: Are You Hiring the Wrong Person?

HBS Working Knowledge July 25 2013: Anna Secino - Why Unqualified Candidates Get Hired Anyway

Forbes May 22 2013: David DiSalvo - The Dark Side of Confidence

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

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

Men's Health Sept 28 2012: Cassie Shortsleeve - 6 Habits of Great Bosses

The Wall Street Journal Jan 14 2012: Jason Zweig - One Cure for Accounting Shenanigans

The Wall Street Journal Oct 24 2011: Francesca Gino - In Hiring and Promoting, Look Beyond Results

Chief Executive.net Oct 11 2011: George Nicholas - What CEOs Need to Know About Hardball Negotiating

Financial Times Aug 1 2011: Philip Broughton - Negotiation as Theatre of the Absurd