If context is king, why has nudging ignored it so much?
Five Years Later: Awareness Of New York City's Calorie Labels Declined, With No Changes In Calories Purchased - PubMed
Empowering interventions to promote sustainable lifestyles: Testing the habit discontinuity hypothesis in a field experiment - ScienceDirect
Life course changes disrupt old habits and may create a mood for more change. • An intervention to promote sustainable behaviours was tested among 800 households. • Behaviour change was more likely if participants recently had moved house. • The results were compared with non-movers and a no-intervention control group. • The ‘window of opportunity’ lasted up to three months after relocation.
Saving Lives By Closing the Intention-Action Gap - Behavioral Scientist
2 excellent case studies
'A very dangerous situation': psychiatrists sound alarm over Sask. children's hospital design | CBC News
The doors will soon open at Saskatchewan's first children's hospital, but some psychiatrists say the building is rife with safety and suicide risks.
UK's first supermarket designed by public health experts launches in Central London | London Evening Standard
Bias in the Spotlight: Hot-cold empathy gap | Research World
Poop on Demand - collect stool sample at clinic instead of in home
The Hidden Costs of Reminders - Behavioral Scientist
Why Wellness Programs Don’t Work So Well - Knowledge@Wharton
A 'one size fits all' approach is often the fundamental flaw of these programs, say Wharton and Penn researchers.