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Hal Ersner-Her­sh­field

Why Are We So Quick to Excuse Drunken Behavior?

From crim­i­nal sen­tenc­ing to cor­po­rate indis­cre­tions, we hold peo­ple less account­able when alco­hol is involved.

Researchers: Kelly Goldsmith, Hal Ersner-Hershfield and Chelsea Galoni

January 6, 2017


Plastic Problems

When giv­ing cred­it card users more infor­ma­tion can backfire

Researchers: Hal Ersner-Hershfield and Neal J. Roese

October 6, 2014


For Long-Range Thinking, Imagine the Future Self

How to look beyond imme­di­ate perks

Researchers: Jean-Louis van Gelder, Hal Ersner-Hershfield and Loran Nordgren

March 3, 2014


Inspiring Loyalty by Asking, “What If?”

Coun­ter­fac­tu­al think­ing strength­ens com­mit­ments to peo­ple and organizations

Researchers: Hal Ersner-Hershfield, Adam D. Galinsky, Laura J. Kray and Brayden King

December 1, 2011