When a pilot has demonstrated that a behavioral change can be brought about cost-effectively, it is time to broadly implement the strategy. Prior to broad-scale implementation, collect baseline information regarding the present level of engagement in the behavior to be promoted. Where possible, use actual observations of behavior or reliable records (e.g., water meter readings) rather than self-reports to establish this baseline. Once you have implemented your program, begin to collect …

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