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Robb Willer is a Professor of Sociology, Psychology, and Business at Stanford University where he is Director of the Polarization and Social Change Lab and Co-Director of the Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society.

He studies politics, morality, cooperation, and status.

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Chu, J., Voelkel, J. G., Stagnaro, M. N., Kang, S., Druckman, J., Rand, D., & Willer, R. 2024. Academics Are More Specific, and Practitioners More Sensitive, in Forecasting Interventions to Strengthen Democratic AttitudesProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.


Stade, E.C., Stirman, S.W., Ungar, L.H., Boland, C.L., Schwartz, H.A., Yaden, D.B., Sedoc, J., DeRubeis, R.J., Willer, R. and Eichstaedt, J.C. 2024. Large Language Models Could Change the Future of Behavioral Healthcare: A Proposal for Responsible Development and Evaluation. npj Mental Health Research, 3(1), 12.

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