Bogard, J. E., Delmas, M. A., Vezich, S., & Goldstein, N. J. (2020) Target, Distance, and Valence: Unpacking the Effects of Normative Feedback. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 161S. 61-73.
Krijnen, J., Ülkümen, G., Bogard, J.E., & Fox, C.R. (2021) Lay Theories of Financial Well-being Predict Political and Policy Message Preferences. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
Milkman et al. [incl. Bogard, J. E.] (2021) A Mega-Study of Text-Based Nudges Encouraging Patients to Get Vaccinated at an Upcoming Doctor’s Appointment. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Lerner et al. [incl. Bogard, J. E.] (2021). Patient Portal Reminders for Pediatric Influenza Vaccinations: A Randomized Clinical Trial. Pediatrics.
Szilagyi et al. [incl. Bogard, J. E.] (2021) Effect of Personalized Messages Sent by a Health System’s Patient Portal on Influenza Vaccination Rates: A Randomized Clinical Trial. Journal of General Internal Medicine.
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Bogard, J.E., West, C., and Fox, C.R. Heuristics and Biases in Judgments of Inequality
Milkman et al. [incl. Bogard, J. E.] A Mega-Study of Text-Based Nudges Encouraging Patients to Get Vaccinated at their Pharmacy
Bogard, J.E., and Shu, S.B. Algorithm Aversion and the Aversion to Uncommon Decision Procedures
Bogard, J.E., Fox, C.R., and Goldstein, N.J. Reserved For You: The Implied Selectivity Effect as a Tool of Choice Architecture
Bogard, J.E., Burbano, V., and Gallus, J. Crowding Out Intrinsic Motivation: pay-for-performance and organizational missions
Bogard, J.E. and Fox, C.R. Enhancing Sensitivity to Probability Through Experiential Sampling of Outcomes
Bogard, J.E., Clarke, P., Evans, S.H., and Goldstein, N.J. Self-Generated Social Norms: The role of salient exemplars in perceived norms
Bogard, J.E. and Goldstein, N.J. Social Comparisons for Critical Behavior Rather than Ideal Outcomes
Bogard, J.E. and Fox, C.R. Message Framing and Lay Theories of Inequality
Mirny, D., Bogard, J.E., and Caruso, E. Moral Binaries and Moral Behaviors
Shaw, A., Choshen-Hillel, S., Bogard, J.E., Feinsinger, A., and Caruso, E. The Consequences of Promoting Honesty Versus Discouraging Dishonesty
Emery-Tov, O., Trueman, B., and Bogard, J.E. The Moral Cost of Incidental Similarities
Bogard, J.E. and Sullivan, N.J. When Defaults Backfire: The top-down role of trust in moderating behavioral and attentional reactions to defaults
Reiff, J.S., Bogard, J.E., Hershfield, H., and Caruso, E. Explaining Context Effects: Social inferences and information leakage from choice set composition
Bogard, J.E. et al. Heterogeneous Physician Response to Behavioral Interventions Based on Prior Beliefs about Self and Peers
Szilagyi, P. et al. [incl. Bogard, J.E.] The Impact of Small Frictions on the Efficacy of Messaging-Based Patient Nudges
Bogard, J.E. et al. Just-in-time Nudges Encouraging Vaccine Takeup
McCoy, J., Bogard., J.E., Yeomans, M., Ülkümen, G., and Fox. C.R. Intuitive Linguistic Distinctions When Speaking of Variants of Uncertainty
Smith, S., Bogard, J.E., and Fox, C.R. Attention and Probability Weighting
Arundel, P., West, C., Bogard, J.E., and Fox, C.R. The Partition Dependent Mind: The causes and effects option grouping
Ours were the 4 best-performing arms of the BCFG flu vaccine study in 2020
My wild speculation about consumer saving in the Wall Street Journal