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Warwick Business School's Core Insights team presents a 12-part series on behavioural science. Warwick Business School has the biggest group of behavioural science researchers in Europe. Over 12 episodes host Trevor Barnes interviews academics on the latest research and thinking into how our mind works, how we make decisions, the biases and heuristics that govern our behaviour and how we can apply behavioural science insights to help improve business, government, health and society.
 
If you work in applying behavioural science you will be aware of growing pains within the field. In this series I interview 20 top industry leaders, in an effort to surface and solve the challenges we face. This podcast is for the 600+ behavioural science teams in action around the world, to help us all grow together. Host: Daniel Bennett, London UK. https://www.linkedin.com/in/thebestdanielbennett/
 
Welcome to the Real World Behavioural Science (RWBS) podcast, where we look at how behavioural and social sciences are being used in the real world to help change the public’s health, for good. The RWBS podcast is created by the Behavioural Science and Public Health Network (www.BSPHN.org.uk) and is aimed at people working in public health, academia and industry, who have an interest in how behavioural science is being used to improve health and wellbeing. Each month, Stu King (BSPHN Committ ...
 
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Professor Angel Chater is a Chartered Psychologist, Associate Fellow of The British Psychological Society and a Health & Sport & Exercise Psychologist with the Health & Care Professionals Council. She is a Professor in Health Psychology and Behaviour Change at the University of Bedfordshire, where she leads the centre in health, wellbeing and behav…
 
Maddy Arden is Professor of Health Psychology and Director of the Centre for Behavioural Science and Applied Psychology (CeBSAP) at Sheffield Hallam University. She is a Chartered Psychologist, a full member of the DHP, and a Registered Health Psychologist (HCPC). Maddy is co-editor of the British Journal of Health Psychology and director of the Be…
 
Professor Sharyn Rundle-Thiele is a social marketer and behavioural scientist. She is the Founding Director of Social Marketing at Griffith University, Queensland, Australia, which is the largest university-based group of social marketers in the world. She is Founding Co-Editor of the Journal of Social Marketing, has led projects that have changed …
 
Professor Richard Wiseman has been described as ‘…one of the most interesting and innovative experimental psychologists in the world today.’ His books have sold over 3 million copies and he presents keynote talks to organisations across the world, including The Swiss Economic Forum, Google and Amazon. He holds Britain’s only Professorship in the Pu…
 
Susan Michie is Professor of Health Psychology and Director of UCL's Health Psychology Research Group. She is also chartered clinical & health psychologist, and elected Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, the European Health Psychology Society (EHPS) and the British Psychological Society (BPS). Early Life & Career Susan starts the episode by …
 
This is a special episode with the Current Chair, Past Chair, and Past-Past Chair and Treasurer of the BSPHN! Having had the BSPHN's annual conference in February, this is the perfect time to get some of the founding committee members together. We begin by understanding how each member of the committee found their way to creating the BSPHN and how …
 
Now getting the right structure may not seem like the most exciting job to be done, but it's certainly one of the most important. In this episode we dive into whether it's best to be on the inside or the outside and how the industry might work on a tribrid model. To round off, we look at the lifecycle of other similar industries to figure out a rou…
 
In this episode we'll find out what are the biggest barriers in getting others to embrace applied behavioural science. From stories of overclaim to the allure of using mystery to engage others in behavioural science, we dive deep with industry experts to get their take.
 
The BSPHN's Annual Conference is running from 9th - 11th February 2021. Sign up to attend now and get a year's free membership. Stu is joined by Dan Makoski; an executive that brings an organisation’s deepest purpose to life by weaving technology and strategy together through brilliant design. Dan is Chief Design Officer at Lloyds Banking Group, le…
 
The BSPHN's Annual Conference is running from 9th - 11th February 2021. Sign up to attend now and get a year's free membership. In this episide, Stu is joined by Adam Ferrier, Founder & Chief Thinker at Thinkerbell, an agency that practices measured magic - bridging marketing science and hard core creativity. Thinkerbell won AdNews' 2019 Creative A…
 
Recorded 15th December 2020 Guests: Professor Jim McManus - Director of Public Health at Hertfordshire County Council and VP of the Association of Directors of Public Health. He is a Chartered Psychologist, British Psychological Society Fellow & Co-Founder and Chair of the Behavioural Science and Public Health Network. Dr Daniel Jolley - Snr Lectur…
 
In the final episode of our first Behavioural Science series, Core Insights host Trevor Barnes talks to Ivo Vlaev, Professor of Behavioural Science, about his work in the health sector. Professor Vlaev has put together a series of randomised controlled trials testing various nudges on patients. The nudges have helped people adopt healthier diets, c…
 
Recorded 8th December 2020. Guests joining Stu King: Professor Jim McManus - Director of Public Health at Hertfordshire County Council & Vice President of the Association of Directors of Public Health. Wayne Bateman - Behavioural Science Specialist in the Behaviour Change Unit at Hertfordshire County Council. Dr Paul Chadwick - Associate Professor …
 
Core Insights host Trevor Barnes talks to Graham Loomes, Professor of Behavioural Science, about his research on the trade-offs involved in implementing costly health polices like those used during the pandemic. How does a Government decide how far to go with restrictions that will have a severe impact on the economy but stop many people from being…
 
Chanuki Seresinhe has been training AI to recognise beautiful scenery and now believes it can be used to help design towns and cities that can improve our mental wellbeing. Dr Seresinhe tells Core Insights host Trevor Barnes how she has used AI to quantify beauty and make the link between beautiful scenery and our mental wellbeing. And she found be…
 
Core Insights host Trevor Barnes talks to Nick Lee, Professor of Marketing, whose research using neuroscience and chaos theory has found a way of predicting our decisions before we have even made them. Professor Lee reveals how brain scans can determine the state of our mind and so work out what we will decide. He reveals the implications and futur…
 
Thanks to BSPHN for hosting this podcast. The BSPHN's annual conference is coming up on 9th-11th February 2021, and will showcase the efforts of behavioural science and public health towards COVID-19. Free for members, or the same price as an annual membership cost. This week Stu is joined by two PR and Marketing experts; Chloe Franses and Andrew T…
 
Recorded: 19th Nov 2020 Stu is joined by Dr Nisreen Alwan & Prof Susan Michie. Nisreen is Associate Professor in Public Health, University of Southampton. Susan is Director, UCL Centre for Behaviour Change & a committee member of Independent Sage. Nisreen shares her experience of long COVID, what it means and its effects. They look at how both thos…
 
Nick Powdthavee reveals the results of his nationwide research into the effect of Brexit on the population's mental wellbeing. The vote split the nation and for those who voted remain Professor Powdthavee has found evidence that the distress and anguish was still affecting them a year later. Core Insights host Trevor Barnes goes through the researc…
 
Professor Ivo Vlaev is Professor of Behaviour Science at Warwick Business School, Warwick University. He began his career working in the lab on understanding why people make irrational choices, observing reactions and what part of brain lights ups. He is currently working on an integrated theory of behaviour change taking into account psychology, n…
 
Tobias Preis and Suzy Moat direct the Data Science Lab, which examines how data science can offer insights into human behaviour and decision making. They are also Fellows at The Alan Turing Institute. Here, the pair talk to Core Insights host Trevor Barnes about how they have used millions of online photos to produce real-time indicators of global …
 
Recorded 3rd November 2020 RWBS welcomes back Professor Susan Michie in the run up to another national lockdown. Stu and Susan discuss what has led us to this point, including the flaws with the current test, trace and isolate processes and the low adherence to isolating. From a behavioural point of view they discuss the reasons behind this low iso…
 
Self-driving cars have been promised as the future for the last decade with various manufacturers experimenting with their own designs alongside tech giants Google, Uber and Apple. Nick Chater, Professor of Behavioural Science, has been trying to model the trickiest task for autonomous vehicles of navigating the cluttered and narrow roads of the UK…
 
Chengwei Liu, Associate Professor of Strategy and Behavioral Science, talks about his research into luck with Core Insights host Trevor Barnes. Dr Liu reveals the situations and reasons why we have a bias towards luck, underestimating our good luck and overestimating bad luck. This bias can be exploited by firms alive to the opportunities that luck…
 
Andrea Isoni, Professor of Behavioural Science, joins Core Insights host Trevor Barnes to discuss the conundrum of pay rises. Professor Isoni has used game theory to examine how pay rises are actually reciprocated by employees. For many bosses giving workers a pay rise is seen as an act of kindness that they expect to be reciprocated by more effort…
 
Trevor Barnes, host of Core Insights, interviews Neil Stewart, Professor of Behavioural Science, about a nudge - or sludge - that he discovered on his credit card statement. Anchoring is a well-established nudge with plenty of research confirming its existence. Here, Professor Stewart explains how it is affecting our credit card bill thanks to the …
 
Core Insights host Trevor Barnes talks to Daniel Read, Professor of Behavioural Science, about his research into intertemporal choices, which looks at why, even though we are on a diet, we choose to eat a cream bun now, rather than wait for our lunchtime salad. Or why in repeated experiments people would prefer £10 now rather than £15 in two weeks.…
 
We assume that below a mental “surface” of conscious awareness lies a deep and complex set of inner beliefs, values, and desires that govern our thoughts, ideas, and actions, and that to know this depth is to know ourselves. But Nick Chater, Professor of Behavioural Science at Warwick Business School, reveals to Core Insights host Trevor Barnes how…
 
Recorded October 2019 Firstly, apologies that this month's podcast is a little delayed! We at BeeZee Bodies are still working double time to support people to be healthy throughout this period. For this podcast I am joined by: Em Rahmen, Head of Public Health Workforce Development at Health Education England, Aoife Fortescue-Webb, Public Health Reg…
 
This episode is recorded in the midst of the Coronavirus lockdown and features Aline Holzwarth. Aline is an applied behavioural scientist, specialising in digital health research and scientifically informed product design. Her training in psychology and business, and her experience working in research and healthcare have given her the interdiscipli…
 
Recorded on 14th April 2020 Apologies for the lower sound quality, we wanted to make sure we had both Jim and Susan on podcast as it gives richer content, however it did mean some technical difficulties. This episode comes out just as the lockdown has been extended for a further 3 weeks. In this episode we discuss what this further period of isolat…
 
Samuel Salzer joins me, Stu King, for this month's RWBS podcast. Samuel Salzer is an experienced behavioural strategist specialising in the digital health space. His work involves applying insights from behavioural science and behavioural economics to build user-centered and habit-forming products and services. In our discussion we covered how Samu…
 
The fourth episode in this mini-series, recorded on 26th March 20, covers some big topics, including: Individual strategies to staying physically and mentally healthy during this challenging period of staying at home The governments response to date and what to expect in the future How we can come together as a society to care for each other and ho…
 
The third episode in the coronavirus mini-series deals with the difficulties and realities of self-isolation. Stuart King, Professor Susan Michie and Professor Jim McManus discuss the behavioural reasons behind panic buying and other crowd behaviours, the need to sensibly and realistically plan for isolation, including preparing for how we might fe…
 
Recorded 11th March 2020 Jim McManus and Susan Michie join host, Stuart King, for another discussion on using behavioural science to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Susan and Jim cover the importance of not just hand washing, but using tissues and cleaning surfaces as the virus is spread not just through physical contact, but through the air…
 
In this Real World Behavioural Science special, Susan, Jim and I discuss how behavioural science can be used to help prevent the spread of COVID19 (Coronavirus). Susan shares some of the insights from her recently published BMJ blog on using COM B to provide clear, effective and simple strategies to use to prevent the spread of infection. Jim provi…
 
Dr Tim Chadborn is Head of Behavioural Insights and Evaluation Lead for Public Health England. He shares just a small amount of his 25 years of experience working in health, across the Department of Health, Health Protection Agency and on a partnership between the Ministry of Health and Botswana. We chatted through Tim's vast experience from his wo…
 
Kim Roberts has been HENRY’s Chief Executive since 2012. Her background is in family support and early development, which has given her both a profound insight into the impact of children’s very early experiences and a passionate determination to make sure that parents and practitioners get the quality of support they need to provide children with …
 
Professor Wendy Wills is the Professor of Food and Public Health and Director of the Centre for Research in Public Health and Community Care at the School of Health and Social Work at the University of Hertfordshire. She works at the interface of social sciences and public health across food and eating practices, food safety, malnutrition, weight a…
 
This is the second instalment of the 2-part Christmas Special with Professor Mike Kelly. If you haven’t listened to part 1, why not do them in order! In part 1 of our discussion we covered Mike's own experience working in public health across a huge range of research topics from the prevention of non-communicable disease to end of life care, all of…
 
This Christmas Special (Part 1) features Professor Mike Kelly, who is Senior Visiting Fellow in the Department of Public Health and Primary Care at the Institute of Public Health and a member of St John's College at the University of Cambridge. Mike is the Ex Director of NICE, where he spent over 10 years leading the organisation to support people …
 
This episode features Dr Justin Varney. who is Director of Public Health for Birmingham City Council. An interesting fact about this episode is that despite being in the beautiful City Council Building in Birmingham, we recorded this in the private toilet of the Chief Executive, due to the ceilings in all other rooms being too high, even if they ar…
 
In this episode Rich Sheridan describes a very practical application of behaviour change science. In 2001, Rich co-founded Menlo Innovations, in Ann Arbour, Michigan, with a goal to end human suffering as it relates to technology. His approach to custom software creation is so unique, that 3,000 people a year travel from around the world just to se…
 
This episode features Professor Chris Armitage. Chris is a Health Psychologist, a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. Chris woks day to day as a Professor of Health Psychology and Director of Research in the University of Manchester Centre for Health Psychology in the School of Heal…
 
This episode features Dr Nick Cavill. Nick is a director of an independent public health consultancy, and a Senior Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Bristol. He specialises in the development of policy and programmes on public health issues. Nick's focus has been on obesity, sustainable transport and the links to physical activity, howe…
 
This interview with Dr Amy Bucher highlights how behavioural science is being used in the industry to improve people's lives realistically and sustainably. Amy is the Behaviour Change Design Director for Mad Pow, based in Boston in the United States. Throughout her career, Amy has focused on crafting engaging and motivating solutions that help peop…
 
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