Gerd Gigerenzer on How to Stay Smart in a Smart World
10.9.2021 - UnSolide
Risks and Uncertainty: Understanding Data and Making Rational Decisions
15.03.2021 - BBC, Channel 4
Analysis - The Fine Art of Decision Making, (Gerd's interview 1.22 min)
20.12.2020 - The Jolly Swagman Podcast
Heuristics make us smart
13.01.2020 - Bloomberg
Behavioral Economics‘ Latest Bias: Seeing Bias Wherever It Looks
28.20.2019 - Informed Choice Radio Personal Finance Podcast - Listen Notes
"How to make good decisions"
23.08.2018 - Stats + Stories, Episode 64
"Reading, Writing and Risk Literacy?"
22.02.2017 - BBC Newshour
"Why is it that we often don't want to know what the future holds?"
28.10.2016 - Health News Review Podcast
Gerd Gigerenzer about "systematic misinformation of the public about health care" in this episode of Gary Schwitzer's Health News Review Podcast.
19.06.2014 - Harvard Business Review
Gerd Gigerenzer on how to know when simple rules and snap decisions will outperform analytical models: "When to Go with Your Gut" and "Instinct can beat analytical thinking".
19.06.2014 - Wisconsin Public Radio
"Risk Savviness And The Art Of Good Decisions" -
18.06.2014 - BBC World Service
Gerd Gigerenzer on medical risk: How well do we understand health statistics?
02.06.2014 - The Guardian Science Weekly Podcast
"Staying Safe in a Risky World"
21.05.2014 - London School of Economics Podcast
"Risk Savvy: how to make good decisions"
18.05.2014 - Indiana Public Media
Gerd Gigerenzer was interviewed by Peter Todd, a professor in Indiana University Bloomington’s Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences
19.12.2013 - Trend Following With Michael Covel, episode 193
"Michael Covel's Interview with Gerd Gigerenzer"
30.05.2012 - NPR
"With Prostate Cancer, Is It Better Not To Know?"
28.05.2012 - NPR
"With PSA Testing, The Power Of Anecdote Often Trumps Statistics"