Habits vs Routines
What Differentiates a habit from a routine… and why does it matter? Kurt breaks it down in a quick and easy read.
Good Prime – Bad Prime
Priming can cause us to unconsciously engage in behaviors both good and bad. This article explores two quick real-world observations on how the priming effect can impact us – one good, one bad.
FEATURED BONUS TRACKS
Being a Catalyst For Change with Jonah Berger (Bonus Track)
If we just give more facts, more reasons, more information, people come around, and often they don’t – this is the heart of many of our issues with influencing change. We just try to push change through when we should look at removing barriers.bonus track from "The Counterintuitive Persuasion of The Catalyst with Jonah Berger"
The rule of 4 and other hints to improve your life with Roy Baumeister (Bonus Track)
It turns out that the best role that emotions play in our behaviors is in forecasting what our emotions will be after we do a particular behavior. These Anticipated Emotions help us decide what we should do NOW based on how we anticipate feeling LATER ON.bonus track from "Self Control, Belonging, and Why Your Most Dedicated Employees Are the Ones To Watch Out For with Roy Baumeister"
Using priming to improve your life – our interview with Dr. John Bargh (Bonus Track)
Remember, the unconscious mind is constantly being influenced by the world around us and all the things in it. We were glad to be reminded how important it is to be intentional with things that are around us all the time, how we organize our work and living spaces, and maybe the most important one of all: hug your kids.bonus track from "John Bargh: Dante, Coffee and the Unconscious Mind"
Using moral arguments to change opinions with Andy Luttrell (Bonus Track)
Andy Luttrell’s research focuses on moral psychology and the way human beings can be persuaded to change our positions on moral issues. The concept…bonus track from "Andy Luttrell: Pro’s and Con’s of Persuasion When Issues are Moralized"
GLOSSARY OF BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE TERMS
We dive into a lot of subjects on Behavioral Grooves. Below is a glossary of many of the behavioral science concepts we have explored on the show with a quick explanation of each. Scroll through to find more info on a specific concept you want to learn more about. To compile this fantastic list, we’ve relied on a variety of sources:
2017 Behavioural Economics Guide, edited by Alain Samson, PhD © 2017
The Art of Thinking Clearly, by Rolf Dobelli © 2011
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