It is my hope that we come out on the other side a tiny bit more grounded in ourselves, connected to fellow humans.
Can Money Buy Good Health? – RCT of Financial Incentives for Weight Loss
This study aimed to answer the question: can offering day-to-day monetary incentives help individuals lose weight?
Behavioral Strategies to Stay Productive during COVID Isolation
Elder people remain the most vulnerable to the deadly global pandemic. But just as much, the young will also bear a heavy blow from COVID-19's fallout.
What Does China Approaching Epidemic Peak Mean for Us? Communicating Risk in the Age of Social Media.
At the start of an epidemic (or now, a pandemic) information received about the crisis by the media greatly influences our behavior, which in turn affects the efficacy of societal responses necessary to contain the spread.
The Stages of Change: How to Motivate, Facilitate, and Reinforce Desired Behaviors
A lack of infrastructure or poor design can impede our capability to change our behavior. Choice architecture is one approach for getting rid of contextual barriers.
Can Defaults Save Lives? – The Power of Default Options on Life-Saving Decisions
Decision makers need to be mindful of how default bias is likely to have a powerful influence on people’s choices.
The attention economy, building a numberless scale and personalizing brand strategy: A conversation with Evelyn Gosnell
In this podcast episode, we discuss the attention economy, the numberless scale, developed by Shapa Health, and personalizing brand strategy.
Hacking health and savings, trusting evidence over intuition and prioritizing consumer well-being: A conversation with Ting Jiang
In this podcast episode, we discuss the how to hack health and savings, trusting evidence rather than intuitions and why we need to prioritize consumer well being.