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How can we change behavior in practice? Listen in as hosts Samuel Salzer and Aline Holzwarth speak with leading experts on all things behavioral science, design and beyond. The Behavioral Design Podcast from Habit Weekly and the Center for Advanced Hindsight at Duke University provides a fun and engaging way to learn about applied behavioral science and how to design for behavior change in practice.

The Behavioral Design Podcast Samuel Salzer

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How can we change behavior in practice? Listen in as hosts Samuel Salzer and Aline Holzwarth speak with leading experts on all things behavioral science, design and beyond. The Behavioral Design Podcast from Habit Weekly and the Center for Advanced Hindsight at Duke University provides a fun and engaging way to learn about applied behavioral science and how to design for behavior change in practice.

    2023 in Review – Season 3 Finale 🌟

    2023 in Review – Season 3 Finale 🌟

    We've reached the end of Season 3! 🎉

    In this finale, we give you the inside scoop on topics behavioral design from 2023. From our favorite resources to AI to films, we explore all things behavioral design, so you too are in the inside scoop! All resources are linked below. Enjoy!

    From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for supporting us throughout the year! We appreciate you! 🙏 🙌

    Gratitude:


    A systematic review of the strength of evidence for the most commonly recommended happiness strategies in mainstream media | Nature Human Behaviour (Dunigan Folk & Elizabeth Dunn)
    No Sweat book - Michelle Segar
    Preregistering, transparency, and large samples boost psychology studies’ replication rate to nearly 90% | Science
    High replicability of newly discovered social-behavioural findings is achievable | Nature Human Behaviour

    Favorite Resources:


    BehaviorBytes
    Women in Behavioral Science and the Women in Behavioral Science LinkedIn group – Darcie Piechowski
    Lesson on Fraud and Whistleblowing – Zoe Ziani
    Choice Overload: It’s not about the number – Hassan & Roos
    7 Routes to Applied Behavioural Science Experimentation and Observation – Affective + OECD
    Mapping Behavioural Journeys – Common Thread
    A Manifesto for Applying Behavioral Science – The Behavioural Insights Team
    Behavioral Science as a Specialization – Connor Joyce
    The Science of Context – Jared Peterson

    Top 10 films:


    Fallen leaves
    Close
    Passages
    Luxembourg, Luxembourg
    Past Lives
    Beau Is Afraid
    One Fine Morning
    Barbie
    Oppenheimer
    Infinity Pool

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    • 51 min
    Product Deep Dive: Pill Bottles 💊

    Product Deep Dive: Pill Bottles 💊

    Welcome to the latest Product Deep Dive! ⁠💊

    In this bonus series of the Behavioral Design Podcast, we take a closer look at the seemingly simple, yet tremendously important, pill bottle.

    Previous guest, Aarthi Rao, took her stab at designing the best pill bottle, so we decided to deep dive into all things behavioral design in the pill bottle world, ourselves! Easy, attractive, social, personalized...tune in to learn more, this one was a lot of fun!

    Thank you to all of our listeners for supporting our podcast. Tune in next week for our Season 3 finale!----

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    • 52 min
    Human-Centered Behavioral Design with Aarthi Rao

    Human-Centered Behavioral Design with Aarthi Rao

    Aarthi Rao leads behavioral insights at Cityblock Health, as their Vice President of Behavioral Insights and Strategic Engagement Innovation. Aarthi also founded the Design and Innovation Lab at CVS Health.

    Aarthi has successfully merged human-centered practices, such as design thinking, with behavioral science at Cityblock. She is a strong advocate for merging qualitative and quantitative methods to better design patient experiences. Today we spoke to Aarthi about how to reach hard-to-reach communities, designing the perfect pill bottle that fits into a patient’s healthcare ecosystem, and so much more. Enjoy!

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    • 56 min
    Designing for Diabetes with Steph Habif

    Designing for Diabetes with Steph Habif

    Steph Habif is known for a range of health behavior research and strategy, and for leading behavioral science at Tandem Diabetes. Today we chat with Steph about what she’s doing at Tandem to design for diabetic patients, working at the intersection of behavioral science and human-computer interaction. We also went over what Steph called behavioral science's branding problem.

    Do you know someone who would enjoy Behavioral Design? Please tell them about us! Thanks for listening!

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    • 44 min
    Product Deep Dive: Calendar 🗓️

    Product Deep Dive: Calendar 🗓️

    Welcome to the latest Product Deep Dive! 🗓️

    In this bonus series of the Behavioral Design Podcast, we take a closer look at the all-so-famous, yet simple, calendar. Previous guests, Laurie Santos, Linda Babcock & Ashley Whillans all spoke to us about time, so we decided it was "time" (get it) to discuss it in more detail!

    Tune in to learn more about our love/hate relationship with the calendar, the pros and cons between more or less calendar, and so much more! Who knew calendars were so much fun?
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    • 48 min
    The No Club with Linda Babcock

    The No Club with Linda Babcock

    In this episode, we speak with Linda Babcock, Professor of Economics and former dean at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). She’s also the founder and faculty director of the Program for Research and Outreach on Gender Equity in Society (PROGRESS), also at CMU.

    Linda has a new book, The No Club: Putting a Stop to Women's Dead-End Work. During our conversation, we speak with Linda about why and what leads women to take on more "non-promotable tasks", how the work environment influences this and why the expectation is there in the first place. Happy listening!

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    • 56 min

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