Posts Tagged ‘behavioural’

Interview 1873 – Ben Pile on The Behavioural Sciences and the Populist Revolt

Abi,Yes. Posting a link to a video is “allowed” on the comment boards.It is always important to label and describe any link that a person posts. Stand alone links with no description will get the following note from Corbett…[SNIP – No bare links in the comments, please. Please repost the link with a title and/or […]

Communist Facilitators – ESRC to radically expand UK behavioural research capacity

The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) is investing: £10 million to establish Behavioural Research UK (BR-UK), a new hub to connect diverse stakeholders and drive innovation £7 million to establish a Centre for Doctoral Training and Research Excellence in Understanding Behaviours (CENTRE-UB) Their work will expand expertise and strengthen skills. They will work closely […]

Behavioural Insights Team proudly admits to using television to alter viewers behaviours!

7 November, 2021 Tom Penn writes at: The Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) have a busy remainder of the year ahead of them. Government’s former Nudge Unit, whose Chief Executive Professor David Halpern and Director Hugo Harper sit on SAGE sub-group SPI-B, are about to embark on a psyops campaign to manipulate the populace into […]

How Stock Market Behavioural Finance Can Be Used on Consumers

Most people probably don’t realise that emotion and human feeling comes into the stock market analysis too. While it is largely a numbers game, and the industry and sector play a huge part – not to mention how the stock market itself is faring, two companies with similar numerical stats could […]

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