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We are inundated in the popular media with expert (and, even more often, non-expert) opinion and advice about how we can best manage ourselves and others, eat, pray, love, and all the rest.  The term "behavior" is now a common buzzword for many who write, report, and declare to know how to self-improve, create engagement, build healthy cultures, improve performance and develop legacy pipelines. Much of the advice and commentary about how we behave may be useful, but it all must be viewed with a critical eye. How to separate the wheat from the chaff? In this section we provide a behavioral perspective on these stories and reports, and break out what may be useful based on the scientific evidence versus what lacks the data to substantiate these claims.

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"As Galileo long ago said, the scientist should restrict himself to a world of experience and not one of paper."
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