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Can Educational Interventions Reduce Susceptibility to Financial Fraud?
A new study from USC’s Center for Economic and Social Research and the FINRA Foundation examines whether short, online educational interventions can improve adults’ ability to spot fraudulent investment opportunities.
Education Is Now a Bigger Factor Than Race in Desire for COVID-19 Vaccine
New survey results show while racial and ethnic differences in vaccine hesitancy persist, level of education now has a stronger effect on people’s willingness to get the vaccine.
Prepare Now to Overcome Resistance to COVID-19 Vaccinations
The lesson from past campaigns is that even good and safe vaccines need boosters, and not just the kind with needles. Psychology and behavioral science provide some key insights about how a public service campaign should be designed.
Without Reform, Medicare Policies Will Hamstring New Gene Therapies
It took until the fall of 2020 for Medicare to consistently pay an adequate amount for CAR-T therapy. Now that same agonizing process awaits a raft of promising gene therapies in the pipeline – with lives in the balance – unless policymakers take action.