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Dec
17

How to make a New Year’s resolution that will last forever – the science of habit formation

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Most New Year’s resolutions have a success rate in the teens – in some studies fewer than 8% of us ever stick to our plan (Journal of Clinical Psychology, 13th Dec, 2012). There must […]

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14
Mar
16

Context, really, is everything | Kontext, wahrhaftig, ist Alles

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WE UNDERSTANDHUMAN BEHAVIOUR – AND HOWTO CHANGE IT 1. Behavioural Insight | 2. Co-creation & Ideation | 3. Communication implementation For more speak with Davina (Client Services Director) or Oliver (Founding Director)london@thehuntingdynasty.com+44 (0)843 289 2901 You might like to read our published books/chapters andtwitter @HuntingDynasty Also, join the London Behavioural Economics Network Meetup group and […]

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20
Feb
14

Domestic energy efficiency, and the leaking externality

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Governments want you to be considerate with your Energy use. It’s not (just/only) for the dolphins and the planet (and the manifesto pledge that is always there) – they don’t want to deal with the nightmare of brownouts or enforced closures for business because of lack of energy production. If you think that’s a little […]

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11
May
12

Bin recycling: behaviour

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Recycling paper in offices is such an old story you’d think we’d have it nailed by now. We haven’t. In my experience recycling bins in offices create only one type of behaviour; passive-aggressive all-staff notes […]

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27
Apr
12

Channel your factors

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Context is important. In fact, it’s one of the big three (quasi-stationary equilibria, and construal being the others). One of the suprising things about context is that small differences in situation can elicit large shifts in behaviour – the relationship is […]

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