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This article looks at the processes through which people make decisions, often sub-conscious, instinctive and driven by bias, and how to work with these processes effectively.

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This case study describes how US appliances manufacturer Whirlpool built on its Every day, care campaign to create the Care Counts programme, which installed washers and dryers in schools to give disadvantaged students access to laundry facilities to boost attendance rates.

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This case study shows how Persil, a detergent brand, renewed its core values in a bold campaign that successfully increased its sales in the UK.

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This case study describes how the Melbourne Film Festival used previous festival-goers to create content to bring new visitors to the Australian event.

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This case study explains how UAE telecoms operator, du, used online ads to change people's behaviour on social media by warning them about oversharing.

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This article explains the lessons from behavioural science about the formation of habits and lists six strategies that marketers can employ to build, maintain and disrupt consumer habits.

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This case study explores how Whirlpool, a multi-national manufacturer of home appliances, launched a national campaign in the US to supply 17 schools with washing machines.

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This case study shows how The Heart Foundation, a heart disease research foundation, raised awareness about the symptoms of heart attacks in New Zealand, by gamifying the experience on social media.

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This case study explores how The Legacy Store Berlin, a graffiti culture and art tools shop, launched a national campaign to turn messages of hate into messages of joy through artists.

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This case study explores how Love Yourself, a non-profit organisation offering free HIV testing, launched a campaign to inform Philippine nationals that HIV can be part of anyone's story.

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This case study shows how Seeing Eye Dogs Australia (SEDA), a non-profit organisation, successfully found homes for their puppies by creating the first puppy subscription service in Australia.

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This case study explores how Plan.Net, a creative agency, launched a national campaign to help refugees arriving in Germany to learn German.

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This case study explores how Target Australia, Australia's largest department store chain, launched a national campaign to try and increase sales, using data tracking.

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This case study explores how Natural Resources Defense Council, a non-profit international environmental advocacy group, launched an ongoing, national campaign in the US to raise awareness and change behaviour regarding food waste.

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This case study explains how Organ Transplant, a non-profit organisation, increased awareness of organ donation amongst children in Japan by performing 'organ transplant operations' on toys.

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This case study explores how Pink Ribbon Germany, a charity focused on breast cancer awareness, launched a national campaign to raise awareness amongst young women of the importance of checking their breasts for lumps in order to detect anomalies as early as possible.

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This article examines the findings of a mobile pharmaceutical study which revealed that, contrary to the manufacturer's understanding, patients play a significant role in the treatment decision, by proactively researching and suggesting possible treatments.

Research Paper

This paper examines how Coca-Cola Japan used virtual prototypes of new coffee-dispensing vending machines to gain insights into consumer mindsets and test new ideas at scale.

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This paper examines whether audio responses in surveys can be used to detect subconscious responses to questions in the Indian market.

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TORONTO: Coca-Cola, the soft drinks giant, is aiming to engage consumers at truly "decisive" moments in the purchase journey, such as when consumers are building online shopping lists.

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The aim of this study is to extend an existing method to untangle the effect of taste (intrinsic) versus label information (extrinsic) on repurchase in a new-to-wine market.

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This article looks at how communicators can use the ubiquity of mobile to reach people in the micro-moment of decision-making, enabling them to motivate and facilitate behaviour change and improving the lives of individuals and of society.

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This article examines how marketers can best study brand decision journeys, emphasising how critical it is to take into account product categories, as there are important differences between these that affect many aspects of the consumer journey.

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This event report explores a method of brand tracking that uses behavioural science to establish three key metrics through which you can analyse a brand's current mental availability, future brand share, and the effectiveness of brand assets.

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This event report explores how behavioural economics should look outside of the individual in order to understand the social influences that affect people as well as the discipline of behavioural economics itself.