Promoting Cooperation in the Online Information Ecosystem

Encouraging citizens to effectively engage with public policy information requires careful design that takes into account the social and psychological implications of this information.

This page addresses human-centered design more generally. For specific applications to marketing, click here.

Exemplification: Factors that Distort our Subjective Social Landscape

Social identity cues: Social Reward and Social Punishment Shape our Attitudes

Self-expression Affordances (Reactions, Votes, etc.) Shape Our Views