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How can behavioral economics inform behavior change?

Our latest paper¬†asks how¬†behavioral economics – and its catalogue of “anomalies” – can inform the study of health behavior and behavior change. Objective: Traditional models of health behaviour focus on the roles of cognitive, personality and social-cognitive constructs (e.g. executive … Continue reading

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