I am available for media interviews on topics where I have some knowledge. Below is a selection of media interactions I have had.
Do Consumers Know the Carbon Footprint of Foods?
2019-02-01: I spoke to Natalie Bucknell, Kay Wennagel, and Michael Staindl on their Beyond Zero Emissions podcast [Listen].
2019-01-10: I spoke with Victor Petrovic on his 2ser drive program [Listen].
2018-12-18: I spoke about the misperception of food’s carbon footprint with Hamish Macdonald on his ABC Radio National breakfast program and also Ali Moore on her 774 ABC morning program. [Article] [Listen]
Can We Trust Online Reviews?
2018-02-02: I spoke about the fake online reviews (and restaurants!) with Melinda James on her ABC Illawarra breakfast program.
2017-04-05: I spoke about the extent to which you can believe online reviews with Jon Faine on his 774 ABC Melbourne morning program [listen], and also with Ali Clarke on her 891 ABC Adelaide morning program [listen]
How Can People Make Better Decisions?
Over-Confidence: Helpful or Hindrance?
I was invited to 2ser, a community radio station in Sydney, to discuss the topic of overconfidence. [link]
I spoke to Red Symons on 774 ABC Melbourne radio about human irrationality. [link]
I spoke at the Australia Council for the Arts 2015 Marketing Summit on preference construction and how things go viral. [link]
What is the Center for Research on Environmental Decisions?
What is “Choice Architecture”?
The first half of this video summarizes the concept of choice architecture with accompanying visuals to help bring home the message. The second half of this video summarizes some work that I have been doing on translating attributes together with Richard Larrick, Christoph Ungemach, Elke Weber, and Eric Johnson. [watch] [transcript]
How Can Marketers Use Information Design?
In this video, I talk about how marketers can make better use of information design to add value for consumers. [watch]