In: The Behavioral Foundations of Public Policy
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Keywordspublic policy; behavior; behavioral; labor contracts; philanthropy; eyewitness identification; sentencing; racism; sexism; health behavior; voting; vote; policymaking; psychology; decision; decision research; policy analysis; political science; drivers; motivation; motivational; behavioral science; health; environment; nutrition; dispute resolution; false convictions; perceptions;
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