Our research has ranged from government innovation to game design thinking; from design for emotion to hate crimes and bias interrupts; from building empathy to building trust at scale.
An invitation from Stanford Peace Innovation Lab: How can we take better care of each other in a global crisis, using your domain expertise?
In 2012, The Peace Innovation lab sought out entrepreneurial solutions for reducing negative engagement and increasing positive engagement across a defined conflict boundary.
The Problem The body of literature across social science disciplines is vast, too extensive for any author or team of expert researchers to consume and consider when developing research theory and literature reviews. Unfortunately, many researchers are stuck in the knowledge “bubble” of their fields, and other fields are often discounted as contributing anything significant…
The Stanford Game Design Thinking Research Group studies the intersection of game design (as a science), behavior design, and neuroscience.
TURBAN MYTHS: Reframing Sikh American Identity In Post-9/11 America The project is the first known multi-threaded research of its kind, mining perception of Sikh Americans and the challenges they face from numerous sources: Two independently managed consumer survey projects (Google Consumer Surveys and Politix) A comprehensive review of academic literature in the neurosciences, psychology, sociology,…