Multiple crises create fear and anxiety: whilst difficult this may also well be a springboard for people steps to navigate the new environment…
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For many, (but far from all), debt is frequently associated with shame: but as the cost of living crisis leads to household budgets simply not…
The notion of that humans have a design flaw when it comes to climate action is widespread. A recent paper not only dismantles this argument but has…
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Given it is human activity that is responsible for global warming, is it right that we should feel guilty for the effects we are now seeing?
How new guidance for firms on their duty to customers is highlighting a widespread debate about human bias, nudges and sludges
Longstanding challenges of effective diagnosis of UTIs point to the need for a more fundamental rethink in practitioner decision making
If people are in danger of considering our system of democracy is unfair, then what does behavioural science have to offer when considering…
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We urgently need some fresh thinking to avoid the forthcoming wave of viruses coming our way
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It sometimes appears as if we are inevitably going to being duped by fakes: but perhaps the distinction between authentic and fake is not always quite…
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While the Randomised Control Trial remains a helpful tool for behavioural scientists, is it time to rethink its 'gold standard' status?
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Working with low income and other marginalised groups means recognising the systemic ways the mental-environment shapes outcomes
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We welcome the call for ‘s-frame’ thinking and reflect on ways this offers a positive direction for the discipline
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