How can we generate long-term behavior change when compliance isn’t exciting anymore? (Hint: don’t build “Piano Stairs.”)
If things return to the way they were, we will have failed.
When NPR science reporter Lulu Miller heard about a taxonomist who sewed names directly onto his fish specimens after the 1906 earthquake ruined his collection, her ears perked up.
Research Lead: Prospect Theory Replicates, UnWEIRDing Psychology, a Challenge to Evolutionary Psychology, and More
The Research Lead is a monthly digest connecting you to noteworthy academic and applied research from around the behavioral sciences. Here are our picks for May 2020.
Beneath the science of behavior change are real stories and real lives. We must never lose focus of the value changing behavior can have to a community or an individual.