Press

01-15-2014
Emotion is peripheral(?)
Brian Knutson / The Edge

10-23-2013
The selfish reasons behind why we give
Maia Szalavitz / Time

06-01-2013
You make better decisions if you "see" your senior self
Hal Hershfield / Harvard Business Review

04-15-2013
The risk gene
Christopher Dickey / Newsweek

01-15-2013
Metaworry
Brian Knutson / The Edge

02-24-2012
Bad habits? My future self will deal with that
Alina Tugend / The New York Times

01-15-2012
Expected value (and beyond)
Brian Knutson / The Edge

12-18-2011
Brain strain: Christmas shopping when money is tight
Malcolm Ritter / The Wall Street Journal

11-03-2011
(anti)complementarity
Brian Knutson / British Psychology Society Research Digest

09-26-2011
A neuro-economist explains the latte dilemma: Are you really gonna pay $4 for that coffee?
Dan Weissmann / National Public Radio (WBEZ Chicago)

09-19-2011
Stanford researchers predict long-term personal finances in the lab
Max McClure / Stanford Report

08-31-2011
Better trading through science
Nikhil Hutheesing / Bloomberg

08-03-2011
The self-storage craze
Tom de Castella / British Broadcasting Corporation

06-10-2011
Can brain scans predict music sales?
Greg Miller / Science

05-01-2011
Probing the investor's brain
Brian Knutson / Global Investor

01-20-2011
Replicability
Brian Knutson / The Edge

01-07-2010
Pay attention, please
Christine Rosen / The Wall Street Journal

08-29-2010
The objective study of subjectivity
Brian Knutson / The Chronicle Review

07-01-2010
When I'm 64
Valerie Ross / Scientific American

04-27-2010
Lizard brains, tulip mania help explain economic meltdown
Dave Shiflett / Bloomberg

02-01-2010
On financial decisions, older isn't always wiser
Carolyn Johnson / Boston Globe

01-01-2010
Hijacking the future self
Brian Knutson / The Edge

08-12-2009
Seeking
Emily Yoffe / Slate

07-01-2009
6 common shopping traps -- And how to avoid them
Aimee Lee Ball / Oprah

01-01-2009
Neurophenomics + targeted stimulation = psychological optimization?
Brian Knutson / The Edge

12-24-2008
When waiting is the hardest part
Brian Knutson / The Edge

12-22-2008
Your brain on shopping
Carey Goldberg / Boston Globe

12-19-2008
Brain imaging maps journey from anticipation to action
Joan Arehart-Treichel / Psychiatry News

11-01-2008
This is your brain on bargains
Joan Hamilton / Stanford Magazine

06-19-2008
It's mine, I tell you
The Economist

06-11-2008
Parting's sweet sorrow
Stephen Mitchell / Science NOW

06-11-2008
Why it hurts to sell your stuff
Katharine Sanderson / Nature News

06-11-2008
Possession is nine-tenths the perceived value
Alan Mozes / U. S. News & World Report

06-11-2008
Scientists discover why a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
Roger Highfield / Telegraph

04-04-2008
Sex and financial risk linked in the brain
Seth Borenstein / Associated Press

04-03-2008
A little anxiety pays sometimes, study shows
Association for Psychological Science

04-02-2008
Study shows that stimuli unrelated to decision can still influence men's choices
Louis Bergeron / Stanford Report

03-26-2008
Depressed brain shows conflict with reward
United Press International

02-07-2008
Craving the high that risky trading can bring
Jenny Anderson / New York Times

11-14-2007
Politics and the brain
Adam Aron et al. / New York Times

10-08-2007
This is your brain on advertising
Amber Haq / Business Week

09-10-2007
Hidden persuasion or junk science?
Mya Frazier / Advertising Age

08-23-2007
Your money and your brain
Jason Zweig / Money

05-18-2007
Neuromarketing careers
Mark Caldwell / Science

04-29-2007
Younger generation has a greater fear of loss
Zoe Smeaton / New Scientist

04-29-2007
Hearts & minds
Jonah Lehrer / Boston Globe

01-29-2007
Marketing to your mind
Alice Park / Time

01-16-2007
The voices in my head say 'buy it!' Why argue?
John Tierney / New York Times

01-04-2007
When your brain goes shopping
Martin Enserink / Science

11-01-2006
Hello, sucker
Donna Rosato / Money

09-01-2006
Dollars and sense
Heather Millar / Spirit

09-01-2006
Joy to the world
Kara Platoni / Stanford Magazine

05-04-2006
Money motivates memory, study finds
Aditi Risbud / Stanford Report

04-20-2006
Enter the Neuro-Economists: Why do investors do what they do?
Tyler Cowen / New York Times

03-18-2006
Happiness, Inc.
Jeffrey Zaslow / Wall Street Journal

02-14-2006
This is your brain on money
Matthew Herper / Forbes

02-01-2006
Mapping the trader's brain
Adam Levy / Bloomberg Markets

01-19-2006
The thrill is wrong
Jason Zweig / Money

11-18-2005
Neuroscientists welcome Dalai Lama with mostly open arms
Yudhijit Bhattacharjee / Science

11-06-2005
Taking the best from east, west
Lisa M. Krieger / San Jose Mercury News

09-27-2005
Areas of brain linked to risky, risk-averse financial choices, researchers find
Lisa Trei / Stanford Report

09-25-2005
Brain research plumbs our money emotions
Janet Kidd Stewart / The Chicago Tribune

08-31-2005
Battle in the brain predicts risky behaviour
Roxanne Khamsi / Nature News

08-31-2005
Bad investment? Blame your brain
Amanda Gardner / Forbes

08-31-2005
Where bonehead investments come from
Heidi Hardman / Neuron Press Release

05-31-2005
Advertisers tap brain science
Randy Dotinga / Wired

05-05-2005
The economics of brains
Gregory T. Huang / Technology Review

04-01-2005
Mind over money
Siri Carpenter / APS Observer

02-25-2005
Brainstorming: Neuromarketing seen as way to boost product appeal
Andreas von Bubnoff / The Monterey Herald

01-15-2005
Mind games
John Smutniak / The Economist

01-15-2005
The biology of joy
Dan Cray / Time

11-16-2004
Buy? Sell? How do you make up your mind?
Jessica Yu / Stanford Daily

08-26-2004
Revenge is indeed sweet, study finds
Lauran Neergaard / Associated Press

08-26-2004
Revenge really is sweet, study shows
Maggie Fox / Reuters

02-06-2004
Marketers see riches in brain data
Carrie Peyton-Dahlberg / Sacramento Bee

02-04-2004
Teen brains show low motivation
Gaia Vince / New Scientist

12-31-2002
Born to be happy, through a twist of human hard wire
Richard A. Friedman / New York Times

11-06-2001
'Behavioral' addictions: Do they exist?
Constance Holden / Science

08-09-2001
Don't worry about it
Sylvia Westphal / New Scientist

07-28-2001
Don't look now, but is that dog laughing?
Susan Milius / Science News

02-28-2000
Is the market on Prozac?
Randolph M. Nesse / The Third Culture

06-15-1998
Furry amusing
People Magazine

03-15-1998
Prozac makes the glass half full?
Constance Holden / Science

03-01-1998
Personality, thought to be stable over time, changes in healthy people who take a widely-used antidepressant
Jeffrey Norris / UCSF News Release

12-01-1997
Afterword
Peter Kramer / Listening to Prozac