Our Research

CBEAR creates and applies knowledge from the behavioral sciences to better understand how and why people make decisions. This research will ultimately help the USDA make programs better for farmers. CBEAR researchers conduct research in a variety of fields at a number of institutions. Research is ongoing, though some of our research has been published in academic publications.

CBEAR conducts research throughout the U.S. This map shows locations where CBEAR has run projects with participants.

Are you a program administrator and looking for an opportunity to collaborate? Please reference ourĀ Call for Collaborations as a starting point to think about what program(s) might be ideal for applying Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs). Please contact Kent Messer & Paul Ferraro with ideasĀ for collaboration.

For more information on our research and opportunities for collaboration, please contact Paul Ferraro & Kent Messer.


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