Behavior Change for Nature: A Behavioral Science Toolkit for Practitioners

Julie Cook Waterloo October 21, 2020 06:04 PM

Hi all,

I just lectured about biodiversity loss at the University of Waterloo, and have recently come across a fabulous behaviour change toolkit for practitioners working in…

  • Conservation
    • Wildlife Conservation
  • Tools
    • Attitudes
    • Commitment
    • Communication
    • Convenience
    • Education
    • Framing
    • Incentives
    • Norms
    • Prompts
    • Implementation Intentions
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Two Washingtons, Two Very Different Approaches to Coronavirus Campaigns

Liz Foote Maui October 20, 2020 08:18 AM

Last month I participated in the Pacific Northwest Social Marketing Association’s Fall Forum, “Using Research to Help Tackle COVID-19 Behaviors Among Less…

  • Health
    • Influenza
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How Cape Town used Behavioural Science to overcome its Water Crisis

Julie Cook Waterloo October 19, 2020 07:33 PM

Hi everyone,

I've come across an interesting article from the Behavioral Scientist about Cape Town, South Africa using behavioural science to overcome its water…

  • Water
    • Water Efficiency
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How to encourage U.S. citizens to vote

Julie Cook Waterloo October 14, 2020 02:09 AM

Hi all,

If you're concerned about the upcoming federal election in the United States, here's a quick read on how to encourage U.S. citizens to vote. It's written…

  • General
    • Behavior Change Tools
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Global COVID-19 Study Provides Insights on Message Framing

Liz Foote Maui October 09, 2020 10:10 PM

This is a very insightful article about a study on global attitudes surrounding COVID-19 and health messaging. It’s great to see that in most countries, “the…

  • General
    • Media & Messaging
  • Tools
    • Attitudes
    • Communication
    • Framing
    • Fearful Messages
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SMANA Mentorship program: Recruiting participants

Julie Cook Waterloo October 07, 2020 06:07 PM

Hi everyone,

The Social Marketing Association of North America (SMANA) is looking for both mentors--with five or more years of experience as a social marketing professional--and…

  • General
    • Announcements
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Special Issue: “Social Marketing’s Contribution to Public Health”

Sameer Deshpande Brisbane October 06, 2020 06:28 AM

Hello all,

Dr. Taylor Willmott and I are editing a Special Issue: “Social Marketing’s Contribution to Public Health” in the International Journal of…

  • Health
    • Active Lifestyles
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Amsterdam installs sustainable urinals to combat "wild peeing"

Liz Foote Maui October 04, 2020 05:40 AM

Well this is …different! Apparently public urination has been a big problem in Amsterdam, and it has now been addressed by an environmental psychologist, Richard De Vries,…

  • General
    • Behavior Change Tools
  • Tools
    • Convenience
    • Prompts
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“How Much Information Is Too Much?” Webinar with Cass Sunstein

Liz Foote Maui October 04, 2020 04:48 AM

Cass Sunstein has a new book out (shocker, I know!) called “Too Much Information,” and he discussed its themes in a webinar last month – check it out! He…

  • General
    • Media & Messaging
  • Tools
    • Communication
    • Education
    • Framing
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National Identity Predicts Public Health Support During a Global Pandemic

Liz Foote Maui October 04, 2020 03:48 AM

This is a preprint with a ton of authors (I didn’t even bother trying to count them!) of a collaborative international study with the goal of examining “whether…

  • General
    • Barrier & Benefit Research
  • Tools
    • Attitudes
    • Communication
    • Education
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