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Feeding the behavioral revolution : Contributions of behavior analysis to nudging and vice versa

  title={Feeding the behavioral revolution : Contributions of behavior analysis to nudging and vice versa},
  author={C. Simon and Stefano Amarilli},
  • C. Simon, Stefano Amarilli
  • Published 2018
  • Psychology
  • One of the long-standing disciplines specialized in behavioral prediction and change but underrepresented in research on “nudging” is behavior analysis. This article aims at feeding the behavioral revolution currently underway, by debating the relation between the relatively recent nudging concept and its underlying behavioral principles from a behavior analytic viewpoint. Our aim is to contribute towards a more comprehensive nudging theory and technology, connecting two traditionally separate… CONTINUE READING
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