Archive › April, 2011

Barriers for Behavior Change and Sustainability

In this video blog I explain why it has proven so difficult to incorporate insights from the cognitive and behavioral sciences into the sustainability movement. Barriers exist in the idea adoption process due to the threatening nature of this vital knowledge. We have to recognize and overcome issues like this as time grows short and […]

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How Social Change Works

When I launched Cognitive Policy Works three years ago, my goal was to┬ádeliver the next generation of best practices for driving political and social change, deeply informed by the cognitive and behavioral sciences. This work continues in the varied research projects I’ve designed to advance our collective knowledge of how social change works in the […]

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