Targetting non-conscious processes for healthier behaviour across populations
|Date:||23rd March 2016|
|Time:||17.15 h to 18.30 h|
Interventions aimed at informing and persuading us to change our behaviour have limited impact because much of our behaviour is shaped not by our intentions but by cues in our environments, often without our awareness. This talk will consider the effectiveness of altering physical micro-environments by removing, adding or altering cues to change behaviour across populations. The acceptability to the public and policy makers of this approach will also be addressed.