A-Z: A Behavioural Bibliography

During the course of our research we are compiling a list of reading (and watching) material that we feel is relevant to the study of behaviour change. This is our current bibliography. If we are missing something you think is important in the field, then please let us know.

Allmark P (2005) “Choosing Health and the inner citadel”, Journal of Medical Ethics 32: 3-6.
Akerlof, G.A. and Shiller, R.J. (2010) Animal Spirits: How Human Psychology Drives the Economy, and Why it Matters for Capitalism. Princeton University Press.
Amel, E.L., Manning,C.M. and Scott, B.A. (2009) “Mindfulness and Sustainable Behaviour: Ponderig Attention and Awareness as Means for Increasing Green Behaviour” Ecopsychology 1, 14-25.
Anable, J (2005) ‘Complacent Car Addicts’ or ‘Aspiring Environmentalists’? Identifying travel behaviour segments using attitude theory. Transport Policy.Available at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0967070X0400054X
Anable, J and Lane, B. (2006) An evidence base review of public attitudes to climate change and transport behaviour. Department for Transport, London. Available at: http://tna.europarchive.org/20090605231654/http://www.dft.gov.uk/pgr/sustainable/climatechange/iewofpublicattitudestocl5730.pdf (accessed 25/09/2012)
Arbib, M.A. (2012) “Brains, machines and buildings: towards a neuromorphic architecture” Intelligent Buildings International 4 (3), 147-168.
Ariely D (2008) Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces that Shape our Decisions. HarperCollins, London.
Barnett, C. (2008) “Political affects in public space: normative blind-spots in non-representational ontologies” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 33 (2), 186-200.
Becker, G. (1962) ‘Irrational action and economic theory’ Journal of Political Economy 70 pp. 153-168.
Behavioural Insights Team (2010) Applying Behavioural Insights to Health. Cabinet Office, London.
Behavioural Insights Team (2011a) Annual Update 2010-11. Cabinet Office, London.
Behavioural Insights Team [with the Departments of Energy and Climate Change and Communities and Local Government] (2011b) Behaviour Change and Energy Use. Cabinet Office, London.
Behavioural Insights Team [With the Department for Business Innovation and Skills] (2011c) Better Choices-Better deal: Consumers Powering Growth. Cabinet Office, London.
Benartzi, S. and Thaler, R. H (2004) “Save more tomorrow: using behavioural economics to increase employee saving” Journal of Political Economy 112 (1), S164-S187.
Benhabib, S. (1996) Democracy and difference: contesting the boundaries of the political. Princeton University Press.
Bergler E (1943) “The gambler: a misunderstood neurotic”, Journal of Criminal Pathology 4: 379-93.
Bergler E (1957) The Psychology of Gambling. Hill and Wang, New York, NY.
Beshears J, Choi JJ, Laibson D and Madrian BC (2005) “Early decisions: A regulatory framework”, Swedish Economic Policy Review 12: 41-60.
Biesta, G.J.J. (2006) Beyond Learning. Democratic Education for a Human Future. Paradigm Publishers, London.
Bondi, L. (2005) Working the Spaces of Neoliberal Subjectivity: Psychotherapeutic Technologies, Professionalisation and Counselling Antipode
Bourdieu, P. (2000 [1986]) “The Forms of Capital” in Baron, S., Field, J. and Schuller, T. (eds.) Social Capital – Critical Perspectives. Oxford University Press.
Boyle, D. Crompton, T. Kirk, M and Shrubsole, G. (2011) Different Politics, Same Planet: Values for Sustainable Development Beyond Left and Right. ResPublica. Available at: http://www.respublica.org.uk/item/Different-Politics-Same-Planet-Values-for-sustainable-development-beyond-left-and-right (accessed 25/09/2012)
Brass, P.R. (2000) “Foucault steals political science” Annual Review of Political Science 3, 305-330.
Cabinet Office (2004) Alcohol Harm Reduction Strategy for England. Cabinet Office, London.
Cairns S, Sloman L, Newson C, Anable J, Kirkbride A & Goodwin P (2004) Smarter Choices – Changing the Way We Travel. Department for Transport, London.
Callard, F. 2003 The taming of psychoanalysis in geography Social and Cultural Geogrpahy 4: 295-312.
Camerer, C.F. (1999) ‘Behavioral Economics’ CSWEP Newsletter winter 1999.
CMS Committee (2012) The Gambling Act 2012: A Bet Worth Taking. Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee, London.
Chakrabortty, A. (2008) “‘From Obama to Cameron, why do so many politicians want a piece of Richard Thaler?” The Guardian 12th July 2008.
Chatziranti, N.L.D. and Hagger, M.S. (2007) “Mindfulness and the intentional behaviour relationship within the theory of planned behaviour” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33, 663-676.
Chorley, M. (2012) “ ‘Nudge Unit’ calls for changes to business banking”, The Independent, 12 February.
Christmas, S. David Young, Andrew Skates, Lynne Millward, Mark Duman, Iarla Kilbane Dawe (2009) Nine Big Questions about Behaviour Change. Commissioned by the Department for Transport, London.
Cialdini, R.B. (2007) Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion. HarperCollins, New York.
Clark, G. L., Knox-Hayes, J., and Strauss, K. (2009) “Financial sophistication, salience, and the scale of deliberation in UK retirement planning”. Environment and Planning A, 41(10): 2496-2515.
Coaffee, J., Murakami Wood, D. and Rogers, P. (2009) The Everyday Resilience of the City. PalgraveMacMilllan, Houndmills.
COIN (2012) Find Out More: Using Carbon Conversations. Available at: http://carbonconversations.org/content/find-out-more (Accessed: 20/7/2012)
COIN (undated) Carbon Conversation: A Brief Introduction (COIN)
Cosgrave J and Klassen T (2001) “Gambling against the state: the state and the legitimation of gambling”, Current Sociology 49: 1-15.
Crawshaw, P. (2012) “Governing at a distance: Social marketing and the (bio) politics of responsibility” Social Science and Medicine 75 (1), 200-207
Crompton, T. (2010) Common Cause: The Case for Working with Our Cultural Values WWF-UK, London.
Crompton, T. (2009) Meeting Environmental Challenges: The Role of Human Identity. WWF-UK, Godalming.
Damasio A 1995, Descartes’ Error: Emotion, Reason, and the Human Brain. Picador, London.
Darby, S. (2006) The Effectiveness of Feedback on Energy Consumption: A Review for Defra on the Literature on Metering, Billing and Direct Displays. Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford.
DCMS (2001) Gambling Review Report. Department of Culture, Media and Sport, London.
DCSF (2007) Inspirational Design for Kitchen and Dining Spaces. Department of Children, Schools and Families, London.
DECC (Department of Environment and Climate Change) (2012) Smart Metering Implementation Programme. DECC, London.
DEFRA (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) (2005) Securing the Future. Delivering UK Sustainable Development Strategy. TSO, London.
DEFRA (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) (2007), A Framework for Pro-Environmental Behaviours. DEFRA, London.
DeLillo, D. (1985) White Noise. Viking Press, New York.
Deutsche Bank (2012) “Global Markets Research: Ladbrokes PLC”, 29 February 2012, available online at: http://www.scribd.com/doc/89284161/5/More-machine-growth-in-2012 (accessed 29 May 2012).
DfES (Department for Education and Skills) (2004) Transforming Schools. An inspirational guide to remodelling secondary schools. Department for Education and Skills, London.
DfT (Department for Transport) (2011) Behavioural Insights Toolkit. Department for Transport, London.
DfT (Department for Transport) (2009) Low Carbon Transport: A Greener Future. A Carbon Reduction Strategy for Transport. Department for Transport, London.
DfT (Department for Transport) (2008) Towards a sustainable transport system. Supporting Economic Growth in a Low Carbon World. Department for Transport, London.
DfT (Department for Transport) and DCLG (Department for Communities and Local Government) (2007) Manual For Streets. Thomas Telford Publishing, London.
DfT (Department for Transport) (2004) The Future of Transport. Department for Transport, London.
DfT (Department for Transport) (1998) A new deal for transport: better for everyone – white paper. Department for Transport, London.
DoH (1998a) Tackling Drugs to Build a Better Britain: The Government’s Ten Year Strategy. Department of Health, London.
DoH (1998b) Smoking Kills: A White Paper on Tobacco (Department of Health, London).
DoH (1999) Saving Lives: Our Healthier Nation (Department of Health, London).
DoH (2004) Choosing Health: Making Health Choices Easier (Department of Health, London).
DoH (2008) Healthy Weight, Healthy Lives (Department of Health, London).
Dolan P, Hallsworth M, Halpern D, King D and Vlaev I (2010) Mindspace. Influencing Behaviour through Public Policy. The Institute for Government and Cabinet Office, London.
Dow Schüll, N. and Zaloom, C. (2011) “The shortsighted brain: Neuroeconomics and the governance of choice in time” Social Studies of Science 41 (4), 515-538.
Driver, S. and Martell, L. (2002) Blair’s Britain. Polity Press, Cambridge.
Du Plessis, E. (2011) The Branded Mind: What Neuroscience Really Tell Us About the Puzzle of the Brain and the Brand. KoganPage, London.
DWP (2002) Simplicity, Security and Choice: Working and Saving for Retirement. Department of Work and Pensions, London.
DWP (2006a) Security in Retirement: Towards a New Pensions System.Department of Work and Pensions, London.
DWP (2006b) Personal Accounts: A New Way to Save (Department of Work and Pensions, London).
DWP (2011) A State Pension for the 21st Century. Department of Work and Pensions, London.
Eberhard, J.P. (2007) Architecture and the Brain: A New Knowledge Base from Neuroscience. Greenway Communications LLC, Atlanta, GA.
Eberhard, J.P. (2009) Brain Landscape: The Coexistence of Neuroscience and Architecture. Oxford University Press.
Edwards P and Shaoul J (2003) “Controlling the PFI process in schools: a case study of the Pimlico project”, Policy and Politics 31: 371-85.
Edwards, P and Shaoul J (2003) “Controlling the PFI Process: The Case of Pimlico School”, Policy and Politics 31: 371-85.
Elliot A, Dolan P, Vlaev I, Adriaenssens C and Metcalfe R (2010) Transforming Financial Behaviour: Developing Interventions that Build Financial Capability. Consumer Financial Education Body, London.
Engwicht, D. (2005) Mental Speed Bumps: The smarter way to tame traffic. Envirobook,
Ernst and Young (2011) “Market Overview: The 2011 global gaming bulletin”, accessed on 12 March, 2012, available online at: http://www.ey.com/Publication/vwLUAssets/2011_global_gaming-bulletin/$FILE/2011%20Global%20Gaming%20Bulletin.pdf
Evans, B. (2006) “ ‘Gluttony or sloth’: critical geographies of bodies and morality in (anti)obesity policy” Area 38 (3), 259-67.
Evans, B., Colls, R., Horschelmann, K., 2011. “Change4Life for your kids”: embodied collectives and public health pedagogy. Sport, Education and Society 16 (3), 323-341.
Flyvberg, B. (1998) “Habermas and Foucault. Thinkers for civil society?” British Journal of Sociology,49 (2), 208-233.
Fogg, B.J. (2009) “The new rules of persuasion” RSA Journal Summer Issue, 24-29.
Foucault M (1991) “Governmentality” in G. Burchell, C. Gordon and P. Miller (eds) The Foucault Effect: Studies in Governmentality (Harvester, London) pp. 87–104.
Foucault, M. (2000 [1982]) “The Subject and Power” in J.D. Faubion (Ed.) Michel Foucault. Power. Essential Works of Foucault 1954-1984. Volume 3. Penguin, London, p326-348.
Foucault, M. (2000 [1978]) “Governmentality” in J.D. Faubion (Ed.) Michel Foucault. Power. Essential Works of Foucault 1954-1984. Volume 3. Penguin, London, p201-222.
Foucault, M. (2007 [2004]) Security, Territory, Population – Lectures at the Collège de France 1977-1978. [Senellart, M. (ed.) Burchell, G. (trans.)]. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.
Foucault, M. (2007 [1978]) Security, Territory, Population. Lectures at the Collège de France 1977-1978. PalgraveMacMillan, Houndmills.
Foucault, M. (2008) The Birth of Biopolitics: Lectures at the Collège de France 1978-1979 [Trans. Burchell, G.] Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.
Frank, T. (1997) The Conquest of Cool: Business Culture, Counterculture, and the Rise of Hop Consumerism. University of Chicago Press, London.
Friedman, M. (1982) Capitalism and Freedom. University of Chicago Press.
Fraser, N. (1990) “Rethinking the Public Sphere: A Contribution to the Critique of Actually Existing Democracy” Social Text 25/26, 56-80.
Freud, S. (1923 [1949]) The Ego and the Id (Hogarth Press, London).
Frijda, N. (2010) ‘Impulsive action and motivation’, Biological Psychology 84: 570-79.
FSA (2006) Levels of Financial Capability in the UK: Results of a Baseline Survey. Financial Services Authority, London.
Furedi, F. (2011) On Tolerance: A Defence of Moral Independence (Continuum, London).
Gambling Act (2005) The Gambling Act 2005.Her Majesty’s Government, London.
Gambling Commission (2010) The British Gambling Prevalence Survey of 2010. Gambling Commission, London.
Gambling Commission (2011) “Industry Statistics April 2008-March 2011”, available online at: http://www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk/pdf/Industry%20statistics%20-%20April%202008%20to%20March%202011.pdf (accessed on 03/03/2012)
Garlow, S. (2011) “Buenos Aires Restaurants to Remove Salt Shakers From Tables” Global Post 1st June 2011.
Gigerenzer, G. and Reinhard, S. (2002). Bounded Rationality. MIT Press, Cambridge.
Gladwell, M. (2005) Blink: the Power of Thinking Without Thinking Penguin Books, London.

Grist, M. (2011) Steer: Mastering our Behaviour Through Instinct, Environment and Reason (RSA, London).

Grist, M. (2009) Changing the Subject. How new ways of thinking about human behaviour might change politics, policy and practice. RSA, London.
Grist, M. (2010) Steer. Mastering our behaviour through instinct, environment and reason. RSA, London.
Guthman, J., DuPuis, M., 2006. Embodying neo-liberalism: economy, culture, and the politics of fat. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 24 (3), 427-448.
Habermas, J. (1984). The Theory of Communicative Action, Vol. 1: Reason and the Rationalization of Society. Translated by T.McCarthy. Boston, MA: Beacon Press.
Halpern, D. (2005) “Something for Something: personal responsibility meets behavioural economics” Public Policy Research 12 (1), 22-29.
Halpern, D., Bates, C., Mulgan, G., Aldridge, S., Beales, G., and Heathfield, A. (2004) Personal Responsibility and Changing Behaviour: the state of knowledge and its implications for public policy. Strategy Unit, London.
Hargreaves, T. Nye, M. and Burgess, J. (2010) “Making energy visible: A qualitative field study of how householders interact with feedback from smart energy meters” Energy Policy 38, 6111-6119.
Harman, H. (2011) The Problem of Betting Shops Blighting High Streets and Communities in Low-Income Areas. Department for Media, Culture and Sport, London.
Hayek, F. A. (1960) The Constitution of Liberty. Routledge, London.
Hayek, F. A. (1944) The Road to Serfdom. Routledge, London.
Haynes, L., Service, O., Goldacre, B., and Torgerson, D. (2012) Test, Learn, Adapt: Developing Public Policy with Randomised Controlled Trials. Cabinet Office Behavioural Insights Team, London.
Henrich, J., Heine, S.J. and Norenzayan, A. (2010) The weirdest people in the world? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33 (2-3 ), 61-83.
Herrick,C. (2009) “Designing the fit city: public health, active lives, and the (re)instrumentalization of urban space” Environment and Planning A 41: 2437 – 2454.
Heukelom, F. (forthcoming) “A Sense of Mission: The Alfred P. Sloan and Russell sage Foundations’ Behavioural Economics Program, 1984-1992” Science in Context 25(2), 263-286.
Heukelom, F. (2011) “What to conclude from psychological experiments: The contrasting cases of experimental and behavioural economics” History of Political Economy 43 (4), 649-681.
HMT/FSA (2008) Helping You Make the Most of Your Money: A Joint Action Plan for Financial Capability. Her Majesty’s Treasury/Financial Services Authority, London.
House of Lords (2011) Science and Technology Select Committee 2nd Report of Session 2010–12 Behaviour Change [HL paper 179] Stationary Office, London.
HSCIC (2012) Statistics on Obesity, Physical Activity and Diet: England 2012. Health and Social Care Information Centre, London.
Hunter DJ (2005) “Choosing or losing health”, Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 59: 1010-1013.
Isin, E.F. (2004) “The Neurotic Citizen” Citizenship Studies 8 (3), 217 – 235.
Jackson, T. (2009) Prosperity Without Growth: Economics for a Finite Planet. Earthscan, London.
Jackson, T. (2005a) Motivating Sustainable Consumption: a review of evidence on consumer behaviour and behavioural change. Sustainable Development Research Network. Available at: http://www.sd-research.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/motivatingscfinal_000.pdf (accessed 25/09/2012).
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Jacobs, J. (1961) The Death and Life of Great American Cities. Random House, New York.
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Kaika, M. (2005) City of Flows. Routledge, London.
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Lunn, P. (2014) Regulatory Policy and Behavioural Economics (OECD Publishing).

Madrian, B.C. and Shea, D.F. (2001) “The power of suggestion: inertia in 401(k) participation and savings behaviour” The Quarterly Journal of Economics 96: 1149-1187.
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Rowson, J. Mezey, M.K. and Dellot, B. (2012) Beyond the Big Society: Psychological Foundations of Active Citizenship (RSA, London).

Rowson, J. (2011) Transforming Behaviour Change: Beyond Nudge and Neuromania. RSA, London.
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Sullivan, S. (2011) “‘Truth’ junkies: using evaluation in UK public policy”. The Policy Press 39 (4), 499-512.

Sunstein, C. (2013) Simpler: The Future if Government (Simon and Schuster, New York).

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