Nudge & Boost for Better Living: An Autobiographical Novel on Using the ABCs of Human Behavior
This book is responsive to widespread individual and societal concerns. The author assumes everyone wants to be better at building selected behaviors for themselves and others, and many of us want strategies for constructively dealing with current political and social issues. For example, we want to...
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This book is responsive to widespread individual and societal concerns. The author assumes everyone wants to be better at building selected behaviors for themselves and others, and many of us want strategies for constructively dealing with current political and social issues. For example, we want to exercise more or get our children and friends or coworkers and leaders to learn or behave better. The author addresses topics of personal and social wellbeing in a stepwise manner. The book features five characters in a university setting whose discussions and actions first provide a window into the science of behavior, then offer useful explanations of Nudge and Boost. The powerful tools of behavior science and Nudge and Boost are described through 10 chapters of engaging stories. The closing chapter offers guidelines for using the methods offered in the body of the book. It concludes with an epilogue introducing behavior-logical solutions to social, educational and political challenges. Also indicated are roles computers might play for improving our lives, worldwide.

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Genre: Nonfiction
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Year: 2017
ISBN: 1544014996
List Price: $23.00
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