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How To Nudge Alzheimer’s Patients At The Bus Stop

How To Nudge Alzheimer’s Patients At The Bus Stop

The fake bus-stop outside Benrath Senior Centre in Düsseldorf. It looks like an ordinary bus-stop with the tiny exception that no buses arrive. When we talk about nudging there’s a tendency to think of it in broad terms as tools and techniques that affect people in...

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Nudge Yourself To A Healthier Life: Plate Size

Nudge Yourself To A Healthier Life: Plate Size

This is a classic. Still, we thought that X-mas might just be the right occasion to write about Wansink’s famous study of the effect that your plate’s size has on your intake of calories. Midless Eating Brian Wansink is professor in consumer behavior and nutritional...

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Nudge In Business: Mission Impossible Or Win-Win?

The nudge-doctrine is a strategy for creating smarter public solutions. However, other agents are also starting to show interest in nudge-like strategies as well. Nudge as a business strategy The nudge-doctrine is primarily known as a strategy-label for creating...

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