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Behaviour Blog

Welcome to the BWA Blog. It’s a chance for us to share some of our news and behaviour change by other groups around the world. Whether your interest is merely piqued or you’ve got a PhD, we hope you enjoy.


A seminal seminar for change

October 19, 2017

Liam Smith presents behavioural science insights

Good reading

Right on the button

October 16, 2017

Digital tricks and behavioural insights

Influences on behaviour

Fans, fanatics and fusion

October 4, 2017

How footy fans can shed light on fanatics

Think pieces

A street car named dilemma

October 3, 2017

The Trolley Problem is heading our way


What we know can decide who we know

September 28, 2017

Why students change friends rather than grades

Good reading

oBikes. oBoy.

September 22, 2017

Are oBikes a solution or a tripping hazard?

Good reading

Women’s careers in local government

September 15, 2017

A new paper on women's career choices in local government

Our research

Going postal with THAT marriage survey

September 12, 2017

Liam Smith chats to the ABCs Adam Stephen about Australia's Marriage Equality postal vote.


The Change Room – Priming

September 5, 2017

A video summary of our Change Room event on Priming.

Our research

Can science help Melbournians behave better?

August 24, 2017

Sarah Kneebone was a special guest at the National Science Weeks event - ‘World’s most liveable city?’ - Can science help Melbourne do better?


A message of hope – from marketing

August 23, 2017

Visiting academics Professors Andrea Prothero and Pierre McDonagh present key ideas from their work on how macro marketing can help sustainability.

Good reading

An even more inconvenient truth

August 21, 2017

A BWA article in the Conversation asks if big issue docos bring about change

Good reading

The Dark Side of Behaviour Change

August 10, 2017

An article on how we're getting savvy to being influenced

Our research

A digitally inclusive Australia

August 4, 2017

A new initiative to make Australia digitally inclusive


The Change Room goes to Sydney

July 27, 2017

A snapshot of our first Change Room Event in Sydney, July 2017.

Influences on behaviour

Does a Dry July change our drinking habits?

July 2, 2017

What does a month off the grog mean in terms of health benefits, awareness of dangerous drinking habits and cancer research? The evidence appears mixe...

Good reading

Storytelling and behaviour change

June 28, 2017

Stories don't just take us away, they can bring us back to change our behaviour

Intervention strategies

Teaching young mindfulness

June 22, 2017

Mindfulness certainly sound like the answer to many behavioural problems, particularly for kinds, but what's the evidence?

Our research

Some nudges towards healthier eating

June 12, 2017

Four BWA researchers have written an article for The Conversation detailing some of the findings of a review into the best way to encouraging healthy ...

Influences on behaviour

Online scammers – nature’s behavioural economists?

June 9, 2017

A recent episode of ABC Radio National’s The Money was devoted to online scams and the tricks that scammers use to defraud, humiliate and sometimes bl...

Good reading

When everyone wins, most of us lose

June 1, 2017

It promised so much – but has the self-esteem movement created a measurable rise in narcissism and a generation of selfie-snapping millennials? And is...


Masters of the (sustainable) universe

June 1, 2017

The inaugural Master of Environment and Sustainability course is the first cross-faculty Masters course at Monash University. It’s also the first time...

Good reading

Why stopping in public parks is called ‘loitering’

May 26, 2017

A new article reveals why Australian towns and cities don't have public squares

Our research

Public value is an actual thing

May 25, 2017

Can you put a value on government services? Yes you can.

Good reading

The wolf at the door for renters

May 17, 2017

An article about rental apps that are marketed as fair but are actually forcing prices up

Influences on behaviour

If they don’t get science, get emotional

May 5, 2017

Scientists need to get emotional to explain what they do and why it's so important

Our research

Evidence happened on the way to The Forum

May 5, 2017

BWA embarks on a three-year project to improve patient outcomes

Our research

Presenting the evidence

May 3, 2017

One of the world's leading research translation experts, Professor John Lavis, visits Australia to provide direction on an important Forum

Influences on behaviour

Same flag, poles apart

April 27, 2017

As political polarisation intensifies, it seems even the US flag can trigger different reactions depending on your ideology.

Influences on behaviour

Juries shown colour photos see red

April 20, 2017

According to new research, gruesome colour photographs increase convictions by eliciting feelings of disgust and anger by juries.