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Dynamic norms promote sustainable behaviour, even if it is counternormative.

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Sparkman, G., & Walton, G.M., (2017). Dynamic norms promote sustainable behaviour, even if it is counternormative. Psychological Science, 28(11), 1663-1674.
It is well known that people conform to normative information about other people’s current attitudes and behaviors. Do they also conform to dynamic norms—information about how oth…
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Malawi’s BRIDGE Project

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Developed to address the rapidly increasing rate of HIV infections in Malawi, the BRIDGE Project had five main objectives: (1) increase the median age for becoming sexually active…
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Evaluating the impact of the narrow cast marketing of ‘Snake Condoms’ to indigenous youth

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Created through a joint initiative between Marie Stopes Australia, the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organization (VACCHO), and the Mildura Aboriginal Health Se…
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loveLife: Preventing HIV Among South African Youth

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In 1997, South Africa was in the midst of a growing HIV epidemic. In an effort to combat the spread of HIV, the Kaiser Family Foundation, working with the National Health Foundati…
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Chlamydia Outreach Advice Screening and Treatment (COAST)

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Developed by North East Lincolnshire Care Trust Plus and NHS North Lincolnshire, the Chlamydia Outreach Advice Screening and Treatment (COAST) program offered free Chlamydia scree…
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AIDS Peer Education Program

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Originally created in 1987 by a high school nurse and biology teacher in the Montérégie region of Quebec, the AIDS Peer Education Program was designed to reduce the incidence of s…
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Motivating Television Viewers to Become Organ Donors

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The following case study explores how a popular primetime television drama, Numb3rs, was used to inform audiences of issues surrounding organ donation and, as a result, encourage …
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Using Social Marketing to Promote Cold and Flu Prevention Behaviors on an Australian University Campus

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In 2011, a social marketing intervention was developed and tested at the University of Wollongong to determine its effectiveness in reducing the spread of colds and flu among univ…
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Be InFLUential

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Conducted at Alfred Health, a tertiary health service in Melbourne, Australia, the purpose of the following study was to create and implement a campaign to improve influenza vacci…
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Snack Right

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Commissioned by the public health network for Cheshire and Merseyside (ChaMPs), Snack Right was a program designed to help children in low-income neighborhoods replace at least on…
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