Featured Artists

How Good People Fight Bias with Dolly Chugh

Hamilton “Alexander Hamilton”  

In the Heights “Blackout”

Something Rotten! “A Musical”

Bruno Mars “The Lazy Song”

38 Special “Hold On Loosely”

Buffalo Springfield “For What It’s Worth”

From Holding the Mic to Theory of Mind: Rob Leonard’s Love of Language

Sha Na Na “Teen Angel”

Jimi Hendrix “The Star Spangled Banner”

Janis Joplin “Ball & Chain”

Sha Na Na “Tears on my Pillow”

The Mamas and The Papas “California Dreamin’”

Getting to Yes, And…Behavioral Grooves: Two Podcasts in One

Django Reinhardt “Three-Fingered Lightning”

Keith Jarrett “If I Were A Bell”

Taylor Swift “Cardigan” from Folklore album

Taylor Swift “Willow” from Evermore album

Lake Street Dive “Obviously”

Switched on Pop Podcast

Neil Young “Harvest Moon”

David Bowie “Lazarus”

Get More from Reading your Favorite Books with Pique founder Bec Weeks

Hamilton “Alexander Hamilton”

Radiohead “No Surprises”

Taylor Swift “Love Story”

Dua Lipa “We’re Good”

Wicked “Defying Gravity”

Frozen “The Next Fight Thing”

Moana “You’re Welcome”  

Billie Eilish “Your Power”  

Tame Impala “Let It Happen”

Powderfinger “These Days”

Spiderbait “Black Betty”

The Cat Empire “Brighter Than Gold”

Behind NOISE and Beyond The Book: Linnea Gandhi Shares her New Course on Noise

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis “Thrift Shop”  

White Noise  

Why Is Noise Worse Than Bias? Olivier Sibony Explains

Yo-Yo Ma cellist “Bach Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major”

Billy Evans “My Foolish Heart”

Keith Garrett “I Grew Up Today”

Oscar Peterson “C Jam Blues”

How Behavioral Science Can Impact Nonprofits: The Inspiring Story at Save The Children

Hamilton Soundtrack  

Journey “Don’t Stop Believing”

Video for Allison’s wedding

Donating Our Money Is Irrational, So Why Do We Do It? Tim Kachuriak Explains Our Motivations

Billy Joel “Scenes from An Italian Restaurant”

Phish “Whole lotta love”

How Do You Become Influential? Jon Levy Reveals His Surprising Secrets

Bridgerton Soundtrack

Vitamin String Quartet “Thank u, next” (Ariana Grande)

John Williams “The Imperial March from The Empire Strikes Back”

Tribe Called Quest “Electric Relaxation“

Biggie Smalls (The Notorious B.I.G.) “Big Poppa”

Maroon Five “Sugar”

98 Degrees “I Do (Cherish You)”

Cowboy Junkies “Sweet Jane”

The Tragically Hip “Ahead by a Century”

Why Music Makes You Feel Better with Pablo Ripollés and Ernest Mas Herrero

Dropkick Murphys


Catalan music


Depeche Mode

Aretha Franklin “Think”

Share, Like, Comment: Sandra Matz PhD Exposes The Truth Behind your Digital Footprint

Taylor Swift  

Justin Bieber  

Bob Dylan

Britney Spears



Lady Gaga

How a Compelling Story Packs a Persuasive Punch with Melanie Green

Bruce Springsteen “Fire”

“Hamilton” soundtrack

James Taylor “Never Die Young”

Traveling Wilburys “End of the Line”

Tom Petty “Don’t Fade on Me”

Secrets of Subtraction: Donut Holes, Lego and Bruce Springsteen with Leidy Klotz

Bruce Springsteen “Darkness On The Edge Of Town”

Bruce Springsteen “Born In The USA” 

Bruce Springsteen “Western Stars”

Bruce Springsteen “Letter to You”

Observing the Non-Obvious: How to Spot Trends Around You with Rohit Bhargava

Neil Peart (Rush)

Fanny Lu

Maná “Rayando del Sol”

Carlos Vives “Cumbiana”

Carlos Vives & Shakira “”La Bibcicleta”

Juaness “Es Por Ti | One World: Together” At Home


Why It’s Astoundingly Easy, But Not Better, to Be Tribal with Tim Ash

Pat Metheny Group “Last Train Home”

Chet Baker “Almost Blue”

Elvis Costello “Almost Blue”

Miles Davis “So What”

Salsa “Al Monte”

Scrutinizing Hype: Powerful lessons from The Hype Handbook with Michael F. Schein

Black Flag “Nervous Breakdown”

Violent Femmes “Blister in the Sun”

David Bowie “Modern Love"

Alice Kooper “No More Mister Nice Guy”

Ministry “Jesus Built My Hotrod”

Dead Milkmen “Punk Rock Girl”

Sonic Youth “Superstar”

California Raisins “Heard it Through the Grapevine”

WWF “Land of A Thousand Dances”

Whitney Houston “I Will Always Love You”

Boomtown Rats “I Don’t Like Mondays”

The Specials “Monkey Man”

Sex Pistols “God Save The Queen"

The Clash “Rock the Casbah”

Husker Du “Camden Palace”

The Replacements “I Will Dare”

Depeche Mode “Personal Jesus”

The Dead Kennedy’s “In God We Trust”

Joy Division “She’s Lost Control”

A Thousand Thanks: A Lifetime of Experiments and Gratitude with AJ Jacobs

ZZ Top “La Grange”

Lil’ Wayne “2 Diamonds”

Sex Pistols “God Save the Queen”

Linda Thunstrom: Are Thoughts and Prayers Empty Gestures to Suffering Disaster Victims?

Jay Shogren “Let’s Fall Behind”

David Bowie “Under Pressure” with Annie Lennox and Queen

GAABS and Improving the Future for Every Applied Behavioral Scientist

Sinead O’Connor “Nothing Compares 2 U”

Electric Light Orchestra “Don’t Bring Me Down”

The Cranberries “Linger”

Van Morrison “Into the Mystic”

Fleetwood Mac “The Chain”

Rod Stewart “Maggie May"

Carly Simon “Nobody Does it Better”

Joan Baez “Diamonds & Rust”

Mike + The Mechanics “The Living Years”

The Who “Eminence Front”

Dessa: The Attention Shepherd on the Curious Act of Being Deeply Human

Dessa “Fighting Fish”

Dessa “The Chaconne” (Kurt’s favorite version of the song with Aby Wolf and Jeremy Messersmith)

London Bulgarian Choir

Lady Midnight “Bloodsong”

Chopin’s Mazurkas

Erik Satie “Gymnopédie No. 1”

“Hamilton” soundtrack

“Hamilton Mix Tape”

Dessa Live

Mayada “Haydn Sonata in D”

Chopin “Mazurka Op. 68 n. 2”

Yann Tiersen “La valse d'Amélie”

Tim Houlihan “I Get Lonesome, Too"

Jonathan Mann: Is it Possible to Design an Experience?

Green Day “Boulevard of Broken Dreams”

Stone Temple Pilots “Interstate Love Song”

Leo Kottke “Last Steam Train”

Tommy Emmanuel “Classical Gas”

The Jimi Hendrix Experience “Voodoo Child”

Why We Need Robots with Kind Faces with Bertram Malle

Radiohead “Hail to the Thief”

Esbjörn Svensson Trio “Seven Days of Falling”

Bill Dixon “Motorcycle ‘66”

Tyshawn Sorey “Unfiltered”

Sigur Ros “Brennisteinn”

Hildur Gu∂nadottir “Unveiled”

Anders Hillborg “Violin Concerto No. 1”

Daniel Lanois with the Venetian Snares

Daniel Lanois with Parachute Club

The Bad Plus “Never Stop II”

Iceland Symphony Orchestra, “Recurrence”

David Chesky, “Jazz in the new harmonic”

Kings of Leon, “Sex on Fire”

“Annihilation” soundtrack

“Tenet” soundtrack

The Myth of the “Relationship Spark” with Logan Ury (featuring a guest appearance by Christina Gravert, PhD)

“Hamilton” soundtrack

Chance the Rapper “Coloring Book”

Bush “Glycerine”

How Shellye Archambeau Flies Like an Eagle

Steve Miller “Fly Like an Eagle”

Spinners “I’ll Be Around”

Marvin Gaye “What’s Going On”

The O’ Jays, “Love Train”

Teddy Pendergrass, “Turn Off the Lights”

Alfie Pollitt, "Say It (Over and Over)"

Earl Klugh, “This Time”

Dave Koz, “You Make Me Smile”

Brian Culbertson, “Colors of Love”

Praful, “Don't Fight with Life/Om Namah Shivaya”

George Benson, “On Broadway”

Elton John, “Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me”

Audrey Hepburn, “Moon River”

On Fake Memories and Whistleblowers with Nuala Walsh

Tim Houlihan “Another Orion”

Eurythmics “Here Comes the Rain Again”

Tina Turner “Proud Mary”


Michael Jackson “Billy Jean”

Carmen Monarca “Habanera”

U2 “Sunday, Bloody Sunday”

Van Morrison “Into the Mystic”

Elvis Presley “Heartbreak Hotel”

How Chaning Jang Works Around Not Being WEIRD

Tame Impala (Australian psych-rock)

John Lennon “Instant Karma”

Daft Punk with Pharrell Williams “Get Lucky”

Joji “Your Man”

Fleet Foxes “Can I Believe You”

Freddie Mercury “I’m The Great Pretender”

Fleetwood Mac "The Chain"

The Counterintuitive Persuasion of The Catalyst with Jonah Berger

Whitney Houston “I Will Always Love You”

Queen “We Will Rock You”

Tim Houlihan “Thinking About You”

Dolly Parton “I Will Always Love You”

How Decision Making is Critical for Back Country Skiers and Sex

John Coltrane “Green Dolphin Street”

Tom Waits “Tom Traubert’s Blues”

White Stripes “Seven Nation Army”


The Clash “London Calling”

Folk og Røvere


Andrea’s “dance song”

Isolation Years (A band from Andrea’s home town)

The Knife

First Aid Kit

The Role of the Unconscious in Everyday Behaviors with Joel Weinberger

“Yesterday” by the Beatles

Sam Cooke “Bring it on Home to Me” (Harlem Version)

Tedeschi Trucks Band - "Bring It On Home To Me"

Leadbelly “Goodnight, Irene”

BB King “The Thrill is Gone”

Living Happier By Making the World Better with Max Bazerman

Aoife O'Donovan“Oh, Mama”

Tracy Grammar “If I Needed You”

Simon & Garfunkel “Sound of Silence”

Simon & Garfunkel with Andy Williams “Scarborough Fair”

Scarborough Fair / Canticle - Jadyn Rylee, Sina and Charlotte Zone

Joan Baez “Blowin in the Wind"

Tom Rush “No Regrets”

Carole King “You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman”

Crooked Still “Little Sadie”

Amy Bucher on Participatory Design, Trust and Engaging Your Audience

R.E.M. “Losing My Religion”

Michael Stipe

Britney Spears


The Doves “There Goes The Fear”


Manchester Orchestra

Depeche Mode “Personal Jesus”

Evolving HR Using Behavioral Science with Ryan McShane

Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock

Grateful Dead “Ripple”

Nirvana “About a Girl”

Radio Head “Hail to the Thief”

Smashing Pumpkins

432 Hertz Music (Musik)

JS Bach “Brandenburg Concerto No. 3”

Linda Diaz “Green Tea Ice Cream”

“Sunny Side of the Street”

Fabiano de Nascimento

Depeche Mode

Nine Inch Nails

Trent Reznor

Cornelia Walther on POZE: Pause, Observe, Zoom in, and Experience

Pink “So What”

Verdi, “Aida”

Dvorak, “Symphony of the New World”

Beatles, “Don’t Let Me Down”

Depeche Mode, “People Are People”

Mariza, “Quem Me Dera”

Ayub Ogada, “Kothbiro”

Gilberto Gil

Fabiano do Nascimento, “Nana”

Tim Sparks, “Klezmer Medley”

Kevin Vallier: What to Do About Polarization

Dolly Parton

Chet Atkins

Alison Kraus

Maynard Ferguson

Sufjan Stevens

Gregorian Chant

Valaam Chant

Byzantine notation


“Be Thou My Vision”

Bill von Hippel on The Social Leap, Context, and Max Weinberg

Lynyrd Skynyrd


Israel Kaʻanoʻi Kamakawiwoʻole “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”

Mozart: Sonata in C, K. 545, Allegro

Keith Moon

Rush “Tom Sawyer”

Neal Peart

Max Weinberg

Max Weinberg Experience

Led Zeppelin “Stairway to Heaven”

Bob Dylan “Like a Rolling Stone”

Al Kooper

Rippling with Jez Groom and April Vellacott

John Legend “Wild”

House Music



Flava Flav

Public Enemy


Play, Reciprocity and Context: The Keys to Happy Communities with Jessica Mayhew

Yo-Yo Ma

Pablo Casals

Kendrick Lamar

Planet Earth II Soundtrack

Kwame Christian: On Compassionate Curiosity, Social Justice Conversations, and Cinnamon Toast Crunch

Bob Marley “Wait in Vain”


Soca (Soul Calypso)


Dub Step




Smooth Jazz


“Under the Graveyard” by Ozzie Osbourne

Major Lazer

The Clash “Should I Stay or Should I Go”

The Police

George Benson “Breezin”

Grover Washington “Just the Two of Us”

David Benoit “Lucy and Linus”

Earl Klugh & Bob James

Lee Ritenour

The Rippingtons

Matt Johnson & Prince Ghuman on Mid-Liminal Marketing and the Ethics of Applied Neuroscience

“Old Town Road” remix

Grandmaster Flash

Busy Bee Starski

Tribe Called Quest

Van Morrison

The Beatles

Al Green “Let’s Stay Together”

Beatnick Music

Flora Cash

Sea Wolf

Iron & Wine


The Romantics “What I Like About You”


Angus & Julia Stone

Hank Williams

Annie Duke on How to Decide


Jack White

The Beatles

Andy Luttrell: Pro’s and Con’s of Persuasion When Issues are Moralized

Weird Al Yankovic

Blue Man Group

“Robots” Movie Sound Track

Secrets to a Successful Marriage with Eli Finkel

Nirvana “Nevermind”

Pearl Jam

Alice In Chains

Red Hot Chili Peppers

Screaming Trees


How to Talk to Your Friends About Their Conspiracy Theories with Eric Oliver

LCD Sound System

Kurt Weil

Phillip Glass

Keith Richards and Chuck Berry

Self Control, Belonging, and Why Your Most Dedicated Employees Are the Ones To Watch Out For with Roy Baumeister

YoYo Ma

Louis Armstrong

John Coletrane

Miles Davis

Cannonball Adderley

Big Bands

Bix Beiderbeck

John McLaughlin

Stan Getz

Snarky Puppy


Seven Questions to Assess the Psychological Safety of Your Teams with Susan Hunt Stevens

Irish Step Dancing from Riverdance

Drop Kick Murphys

Abba “Dancing Queen”

Eugen Dimant, PhD: What To Do About Bad Apples




Ed Sheeran

The Eagles

Rolling Stones

Fleetwood Mac

How Babies’ Faces on Shop Doors Can Reduce Crime: With Tara Austin

Dolly Parton “9  to 5”

The Killers “Human”

Lou Reed “Satellite of Love"

U2 “Satellite of Love”

Gretchen Peters

Spice Girls: “Who Do You Think You Are"

“Pan Pipes of the Andes”

Loretta Lynn “The Pill”

Loretta Lynn “Coalminers Daughter”

Elspeth Kirkman: Best Models for Identifying a Problem

Joni Mitchell

Smashing Pumpkins

Violent Femmes

James Taylor

Rolling Stones

Paul Simon

David Bowie

Michael Jackson

U2 “Achtung, Baby”

U2 “Joshua Tree”

Shlomi Ron: Visual Storying Telling In a Time of Crisis

Tori Amos

Steve Wendel, PhD: Designing for Behavior Change


Daddy Yankee


Christian Contemporary

Johnny Cash

Merle Haggard “She Still Thinks I Still Care”

Robert Cialdini, PhD: Littering, Egoism and Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin: “Think”

Semisonic: “Closing Time”

Ludwig von Beethoven: “5th Symphony”

John Bargh: Dante, Coffee and the Unconscious Mind

Jimmy Page

Robert Plant

Talking Heads “Fear of Music”

Alan Parsons Project “Sirius (Eye in the Sky)”

YoYo Ma on Bach Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major Prelude

King Louie & Bo$$ Woo “Gumbo Mobsters” (Drill)

Dan Hill, PhD: On the Facial Coding of Trump, Hendrix, Prince, Gretzky and the Beatles

The Beatles

Johnny Cash

Jimi Hendrix


Samuel Salzer: Benefits and Perils of Streaks

Hans Zimmer “Inception”

Ray Stevens “The Streak”

David Byrne

Talking Heads

Iris Tzafrir: A Kind Word

Idan Raichel

Achinoam Nini

Hadag Nachash

Chava Albershtein


Billie Eilish

Miles Davis

“We Are The World”

“What the World Needs Now”

Artem Petakov: Our Biggest Competitor is the Couch

Burning Man Music

Stuart King: On the “What The Hell” Effect

Stephen Fretwell “Emily”

Valentina Lisitsa “Rachmaninoff 1st Piano Sonata”

Tim Houlihan (on Soundcloud)

Nathan Carter “Wagon Wheel”

Beethoven’s 5th Symphony, conducted by Herbert von Karajan

Deborah Small, PhD: Processing Probabilistic Events and Making Donations

Taylor Swift


Frozen II

Baby Shark

“We Are The World”

James Taylor

Chiara Varazzani: Behavioral Science Needs More Neuroscience

Leonard Cohen “Suzanne” with Judy Collins

Jacques Brel “Marieke”

Fabrizio de André “Creuza de Ma”

Antonio Vivaldi


Trent Reznor

Natural Born Killers Soundtrack

Judy Collins

Stephen Stills “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes”

Tim Houlihan “Those Who Discovered the World”

Tim Houlihan “Aljezur Sunrise”

John Fuisz: Tracking Emotional Vectors

Depeche Mode

Sharon Van Etten

Gary Clark, Jr.

Guy Clark

Ziggy Marley

New Order

The National


Sinead O’Connor

Wolfman Jack

Andrew Wagner: The Economics Inside Online Games


The Fray

Cold Play


Green Day

The Rembrandts

“I’ll Be There For You” Theme Song

John Sebastian

“Welcome Back” Theme Song

The Lovin’ Spoonful

Adam Hansen: Beyond Innovation

Iron Butterfly “In A Gadda Da Vida”

Deep Purple “Smoke on the Water”

Doobie Brothers “China Grove”

Steely Dan “Don’t Take Me Alive”

Monkees “Pleasant Valley Sunday”

The Thorns “Among the Living”

Crosby, Stills & Nash

The Beatles “Rubber Soul”

The Beatles “Revolver”

Crowded House “Don’t Dream It’s Over”

The Beach Boys “God Only Knows”

Louis Prima “Yes, We Have No Bananas”

Caroline Webb: Still Having a Great Day

Donna Summer “I Feel Love

Cecilia Chorus

Steve Martin and Joe Marks: The Messenger is the Message

Bettye Swann

Otis Redding


ELO "Electric Light Orchestra"

The Beatles

New Order

The Baseballs

Joy Division

Ed Sheeran


Aretha Franklin “Think”

Aretha Franklin “Respect”

Right Said Fred “I’m Too Sexy”

AC/DC “Back in Black”

Melina Palmer: Using Behavioral Economics to Help Businesses

Gene Autry "Back in the Saddle"

John Mayer

Michael Bublé

Lady Antebellum

Miranda Lambert

Patsy Cline

Christina Perri

US National Anthem

Tom Petty

Damien Rice

Beatles “Abbey Road”

Ella Fitzgerald “Mac the Knife: Ella in Berlin 1960”

Rory Sutherland: The Opposite of a Good Idea is a Good Idea

Aretha Franklin

Southern California Community Choir


Felix Mendelssohn

George Frideric Handel

Johann Sebastian Bach

Johann Christian Bach

Jana Gallus: The Role of Precision in Incentives

Baby Mozart

Lang Lang

Milky Chance “Stolen Dance”

The Cure


Dan Wilson

Matt Wilson


Reuben Kline: When Too Many Choices Might Be Just Right

P Funk Allstars


Rick James

Sly and the Family Stone

Black Puma’s

The New Mastersounds

The Bamboos

Johnny Cash

Willie Nelson

Hank Williams

Led Zeppelin

Rolling Stones

Fela Kuti

Huey Lewis and the News

Eugen Dimant: What to Do About Bad Apples




Ed Sheeran


Rolling Stones

Fleetwood Mac

Cristina Bicchieri: Social Norms are Bundles of Expectations

Giuseppe Verdi

Wolfgang Mozart

Bruce Springsteen



The Band



Fleetwood Mac

The 100th Episode Celebration in Philadelphia

The Five Stairsteps, “Ooh, Child, Things Are Gonna Get Easier”

Big Thief

Yo La Tengo

Bon Iver

Joni Mitchell

Queen, “Bohemian Rhapsody”

Violent Femmes

White Stripes

Cake, “I Will Survive”

Gloria Gaynor, “I Will Survive”

Eagles, “Hotel California"

Berry Gordy

Katy Milkman: Behavior Change for Good

Michael Jackson

Taylor Swift

Chris Nave: Educating BeSci Practitioners at UPenn

Baby Shark

The Cure

Red Hot Chili Peppers “Dark Necessity”

Miley Cyrus “Party in the USA”


Vivaldi “Four Seasons”

Chris Brown: Avalanches and System 1 Thinking

Steel Pulse

Wu Tang Clan


Gang Starr

John Coltrane

Marcus Miller

Stanley Clarke

Bela Fleck

Victor Wooten

Herbie Hancock

Zarak Khan and Erik Johnson: Action Design Network and Beyond


Local Natives

Lana Del Rey

Carley Rae Jpeson

Wye Oak "The Louder I Call The Faster It Runs"

Sylvan Esso

Johnny Flynn

Sharon Van Etten

Gillian Welch

M Ward

The National

Victoria Shaffer: End of Life Decision Tools

Van Halen

Black Sabbath

Ozzy Osbourne


Depeche Mode

The Cure

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

James Taylor

Paul Hebert: 7 Deadly Incentive Sins

“Eve of Destruction” by Barry McGuire

“Timothy” by The Bouys

“DOA” by Bloodrock

First Avenue

Trip Shakespeare

Trip Shakespeare “The Slacks”

Dan Wilson

Tragically Hip




Trampled by Turtles

And the Professors

The Mighty Pines

Ewert & the 2 Dragons

Brad Shuck: Being Ignored is Worse Than Having a Stapler Thrown at You

Folk Music

A Lion Named Roar

Mumford & Sons

For King & Country

John Coltrane

Rod Stewart

Kenny G

Jim Guszcza: Data Science AND Behavioral Science, New Wine in a New Bottle

Bob Dylan

Van Morrison

Leonard Cohen

David MacDonald

Arthur Schoenberg

Dvorak String Quartet

Schumann String Quartet

Vijay Iyer

Wonder Boys Soundtrack

Angus & Julia Stone

Flora Cash

Echo & the Bunnymen

The Cure


Gina Merchant: Combating Misinformation



Lil' Kim

Biggie Smalls

Jack Johnson

A Tribe Called Quest

Ben Harper

Ivan Schultz "Firetruck"

Swan Lake, by Pytor Illyich Tchaikovsky

Nova Mob

Annie Duke: Revisiting the Matrix

Jack White

Willie Nelson


Alex Chilton

Violent Femmes

Jonathan Richman

Christian Hunt: Mitigating Human Risk and The Algorithmic Mind

Tim Houlihan

Brian Ahearn: Influencing People Ethically


Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody

Frank Sinatra



Johnny Cash


Alex Blau: The Implementation-Intention Framework

Bob Marley

Desmond Decker

Toots and the Maytals


Steven Sisler: Seeing People as We Are

“A Star is Born” soundtrack

Lady Gaga


Electric Light Orchestra


Dredg “The Pariah, the Parrot, the Illusion”

“The Times They Are A Changing” by Bob Dylan

“Purple Rain” by Prince

“Love Will Never Do Without You” by Janet Jackson

“Candy Apple Gray” by Hüsker Dü

The Replacements

The Suburbs

Chris Matyszczyk: Listening to Music While You Work

Cold Play

Pink Floyd

Ludwig Van Beethoven

Grooving: On Behavioral Songs

Aretha Franklin

Linkin Park

Cheap Trick

Joan Jett

Dan Hicks

Matt Loper: Helping Patients Adhere to Medication Plans

Fleetwood Mac

Stevie Nicks

Simon & Garfunkel

Richard Prior

Glass Animals

Alabama Shakes

Kendrick Lamar

Led Zeppelin

The Doors

The Black Keys

Kid Cudi


Tim Houlihan & Kurt Nelson "Loss Aversion"

Grooving: On Liking

Tim Houlihan

Jonathan Benson

Nurit Nobel: De-Biasing the Recruiting Process

Tim Houlihan "Washington Square"

Jonathan Mann: Integrating Behavioral Science into User Experience

Depeche Mode

Grooving: On Scarcity

Tim Houlihan

Terry Esau: Carbon Fiber Therapist

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

Blood, Sweat & Tears

Alice Cooper

Amy Grant

Keith Richards

Roger Dooley: Friction and Engagement

Tim Houlihan

Alex Imas: Clawback Incentives and Tom Waits

Bob Dylan

Phoebe Bridgers

Bright Eyes

Conor Oberst


Soccer Mommy

Run the Jewels

Grooving: The Uber Science Symposium

Melanie Brucks, PhD

Ellzabeth Kim

Charlotte Blank

Ingrid Paulin

Shirin Oreizy

Scott Drummond

Joseph Reiff, PhD

Wendy De La Rosa, PhD

Hal Herschfield, PhD

Brad Voytek, PhD

Russell Golman: On Information Avoidance

Donna the Buffalo

The Pines

The Cactus Blossoms

Julie Downs: From Sexual Health to the Sahel


The Beatles


Ella Fitzgerald

Louis Prima

Silvia Saccardo: Ethics of Decisions and Italian Rap


Andrea Bocelli

Jeff Galak: High Heels and Hedonic Decline


Billy Joel

Lake Street Dive


Steely Dan

Linda Babcock: Helping Women Build Better Careers at Carnegie Mellon

Bruno Mars



Amit Sood: The Ultimate Happiness Doctor

Jonathan Haidt

Paul McCartney & John Lennon

Jason Isbell

Depeche Mode

Francesca Gino: Curiosity and Rebellion Makes Your Career

Depeche Mode

St. Vincent

Youngblood But With a Long Name

Tim Houlihan "Ballad of Lucinda"

Jeanie Whinghter and Afra Ahmad: Balance vs. Harmony

Baby Shark

Alicia Keys

Thomas Steenburgh: How to Sell New Products

Dave Rawlings

Gillian Welch

Kurt Weill

The Who

Pink Floyd

Robert Cialdini, PhD: Littering, Egoism and Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin: “Think”

Semisonic: “Closing Time”

Ludwig von Beethoven: “5th Symphony”

Caroline Webb: Having a Good Day

Cecilia Chorus

Ella Fitzgerald

The Teaspoon Hustle – Part 2 with Rob Burnet

The Blues Brothers

Mapping the Influence of Corporate Cultures – Silke Brittain


Tankus the Henge

Johnny on Wash Day