We write about a wide range of topics from a Behavioural Science perspective.

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Alex Moog ·

October 6, 2022
Behavioural ScienceFinTechReport 5 min read

We have released a new report on the behavioural science behind the big challenges facing FinTech companies in 2022 and beyond! . . . Personal financial…

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Anna Nyvelt ·

September 27, 2022
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Among service providers, healthcare is unique: patients are often placed in vulnerable situations with their doctors and other health professionals. Health is a private, sensitive…

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Oliver Ujvarossy ·

July 25, 2022
Procrastination 7 min read

I cannot even count how many times I have picked up my phone to play a game while working on this blog. It wasn’t even…

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Vera Rapp ·

June 28, 2022
Conspicuous consumption 5 min read

The feathers of the male peacock are beautiful, but they are costly. It takes a lot of energy to grow and carry the train of…

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Alex Moog ·

May 6, 2022
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Snakes and Incentives In the 1800s, when Britain occupied India, the British officers in Delhi wanted to reduce the number of dangerous venomous cobras slithering…

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Catalina Grosz ·

October 15, 2021
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At this time and age it is most likely you have heard of dating apps, at least in passing, if you have not already tried…

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Catalina Grosz ·

September 8, 2021
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Have you ever felt more motivated at the start of a new season or school year? Does the beginning of a new week give you…

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BeHive Consulting ·

May 27, 2021
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In the cost of lying part 1, competing models from economics and psychology battled it out to explain lying behaviour. Comparing these models to our…

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BeHive Consulting ·

April 29, 2021
Lying 5 min read

You would be hard pressed to find someone who says they’ve never been dishonest, and if they do – they’re probably lying. We all regularly…

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BeHive Consulting ·

March 26, 2021
Overchoice 5 min read

In modern Western societies today, living with freedom is something that we highly value and advocate for. We praise democratic governments and condemn authoritarian leaders.…

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