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Here, we share updates from our work at Lynn – from announcements, award wins to case studies of how we effectively use behavioural science and misinformation strategy to create and implement campaigns that improve and save lives.

Tag: behaviour change communications

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All about habits

Ever made a promise to yourself to exercise more, drink less, eat healthy?

You even made a great start (Fresh Start Effect, anyone?) with trips to the gym, switching to non-alcoholic beer, or remembering your 5 a day.

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Are you a choice architect?

Stuck at the till and fancy a chocolate to go? You look around but there’s no chocolate in sight – instead packets of nuts and fruit line the checkout shelves. Okay, that’ll do. You pop through two packets of nuts and a piece of fruit to your basket and proceed to checkout.

Sound familiar?

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Choice Architecture

Choice architecture describes the way in which our decisions are influenced by the presentation of choices, like those chocolate bars or those online magazine subscriptions. The choice architect is the policy maker, decision maker, or whoever is in charge who is able to frame information in a particular format, to get their customer to behave in a certain way.

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PR Moment Awards 2022

Behavioural design is about influencing and changing the behaviour of your customers, so they make better decisions, it incorporates how people think and how this influences their decision making. Humans are mostly linear thinkers, we complete tasks the way we have always done them out of convenience.

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Behavioural design

Behavioural design is about influencing and changing the behaviour of your customers, so they make better decisions, it incorporates how people think and how this influences their decision making. Humans are mostly linear thinkers, we complete tasks the way we have always done them out of convenience.

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Why political persuasion is so hard

Despite having a huge PR apparatus behind it, the political persuasion industry has been found wanting in its effectiveness. A huge U.S study from 2017 concluded that political campaigns were having ‘minimal persuasive effects’. To understand where our industry can do better, we need to know why it’s so hard.

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