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Podcast S3E7: "Shaping (and Re-Shaping) What’s ‘Normal’" with Betsy Levy Paluck

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The third season of the New York Fed's Bank Notes podcast focuses on "Banking Culture Reform: Norms, Mindsets, and Decision-Making." Season 3, Episode 7: "Shaping (and Re-Shaping) What’s ‘Normal’" is available to listen to here in full. Betsy Levy Paluck is a Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs at Princeton University. She studies the way group norms are shaped and changed, including how social perceptions and networks can be used to influence behavior. In this episode of "Banking Culture Reform: Norms, Mindsets, and Decision-Making," Betsy explains – among other things -- why we’re really all just middle schoolers at heart. All three seasons of Bank Notes are available at nyfed.org/podcast, as well as wherever listeners get their podcasts.

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The third season of the New York Fed's Bank Notes podcast focuses on "Banking Culture Reform: Norms, Mindsets, and Decision-Making."



Season 3, Episode 7: "Shaping (and Re-Shaping) What’s ‘Normal’" is available to listen to here in full.



Betsy Levy Paluck is a Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs at Princeton University. She studies the way group norms are shaped and changed, including how social perceptions and networks can be used to influence behavior. In this episode of "Banking Culture Reform: Norms, Mindsets, and Decision-Making," Betsy explains – among other things -- why we’re really all just middle schoolers at heart.



All three seasons of Bank Notes are available at nyfed.org/podcast, as well as wherever listeners get their podcasts.
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