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On Resilience

Psychological Resilience: Conference Reflections We recently held the second seminar in our seminar series on ‘Behaviour Change and Psychological Governance’. This seminar was held at the University of Birmingham and explored issues pertaining to psychological resilience. Below, Colin Lorne (University of Birmingham) provides a summary of the seminar. To find out more about the seminar […]

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Tax and the Path to Inner Peace

The UK Goverment’s HM Revenue and Customs are currently running a new marketing camapaign. The campaign has been designed to promote the timely completion of self-assessment tax returns and payments. What is interesting about the campaign is that in addition to emphazing the rational threat of the £100 fine that faces those who are late […]

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Behaviour Change and Public Debate

By Professor Rhys Jones I was recently invited to partake in a public debate on behaviour change and nudging, organised by the Sheffield Salon.  A series of academics and social commentators presented their general views on behaviour change before being quizzed, in a Question Time format, on different themes that were of concern to the […]

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