Knowing HOW to change behaviour isn’t easy. Thankfully, Susan Michie and her colleagues introduced a framework to help researchers and practitioners systematically tackle their behaviour change problem/s. They called it the Behaviour Change Wheel.
Following a 2018 roundtable on “Research Impact in Policy” at the 2018 Global Evidence and Implementation Summit, Wiley Publishing invited BehaviourWorks’ leaders Liam Smith and Peter Bragge to provide a commentary on the topic.
Many human behaviours are being targeted by game-makers; healthy eating, medicine, coding, buying goods, using social media and education. BehaviourWorks’ Research Fellow, Peter reviewed a range of literature on ‘what works’ when it comes to gamifying behaviours.
It’s estimated that dishonesty costs society hundreds of millions of dollars each year. BehaviourWorks Australia’s Nick Faulkner reviewed the literature on the factors that affect people’s behaviour when it comes to honesty.