Seven key behavioural science-based concepts for optimising everyday communications

Discusses seven Behavioural Science based concepts which are key tools for optimising everyday communications: Choice Architecture, Salience, Anchoring, Framing, Chunking, Cognitive Ease and Social Norms.

Jump to: Definitions | 1. Choice architecture | 2. Salience | 3-4. Framing and Anchors | 5. Chunking and feedback | 6. Cognitive ease | 7. Social norms | Summary | Further reading | Sources

This paper discusses seven Behavioural Science based concepts which are key tool

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