Habitual behavior is neither inherently good nor bad; it is simply a powerful tendency of our brain that can turn us into iced tea junkies or flossing fanatics.
A Brain-Changer: How Stress Redesigns our Decision-Making
Workplace stress is commonplace, but research shows the damaging effect it can have on our long-term decision making and goal seeking behavior.
New Year’s Resolutions: Why We Make Them and How to Keep Them
New Year’s is a popular time to “turn over a new leaf” and bring about positive behavioral changes, but many of us fail in doing so.
A Nudge for Coverage: Last-Mile Problems for Health Insurance
Choosing health care coverage would likely be financially more beneficial than forgoing it. Yet many do not take action despite efforts increase enrollment.
The Tale of Positive Psychology and Behavioral Economics
This article seeks to make salient the impact of positive psychology on behavioral economics, with relevance to education, healthcare, and everyday optimal living.