Blog

Welcome to the BWA Blog. It’s a chance for us to share our thoughts on what’s happening in the world of behaviour change, as well a bit of news on what we’re up. Whether your interest is merely piqued or you’ve got a PhD, we hope you enjoy.

Same flag, poles apart

27 April 2017

Does the US flag stir different emotions depending on how you vote?

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Juries shown colour photos see red

20 April 2017

New research suggests that when juries see blood they see red

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Brad helps the hackers in Bendigo

13 April 2017

BWA’s Bradley Jorgensen helps Bendigo hack its way into the future

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Parents behaviour can influence their child’s reaction to pain

11 April 2017

How to behave as a parent when your young child is injured

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A behavioural stock market tip – less is more

11 April 2017

The more we panic about investment losses, the more we seem to make

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What’s driving us in the gig economy?

6 April 2017

What motivates workers in the gig economy? Behavioural science, apparently.

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Throwing light on the dark side

30 March 2017

BWA and The Shannon Company take on family violence

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‘Edutainment’ is an actual thing

24 March 2017

How TV shows can help normalise behaviours

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Are we changing things or are they changing us?

24 March 2017

Will our behaviour soon be dictated by devices speaking in algorithms?

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Where there’s a will there’s a question

22 March 2017

A new article questions whether will power has had it’s day

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