‘Secondary effects in behaviour change: Behavioural spillover in theory and practice’ workshop
18th-19th September, 2017, School of Psychology, Cardiff University, UK
A two-day workshop took place on the 18th-19th September 2017 at the School of Psychology, Cardiff University, funded by the British Psychological Society (BPS) Seminar Series Competition and co-organised by Cardiff University and the London School of Economics (LSE)
The workshop brought together social science researchers and doctoral students from across the UK and beyond working on behavioural spillover (i.e. how changes in one behaviour impact on other behaviours) and related secondary-behavioural processes. We were delighted at the range of perspectives and disciplines represented at the workshop (including psychology, behavioural economics, marketing, management, and sociology), each with its own range of techniques for understanding and changing behaviour. Sincere thanks must go to all presenters and attendees for making it such a success.
Below is a selection of images from the workshop.
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Scientific organising committee:
Prof. Lorraine Whitmarsh
Dr Matteo M. Galizzi
Prof. Wouter Poortinga
Dr. Nick Nash
Dr. Stuart Capstick
Dr. Greg Thomas
Dr. Dimitrios Xenias
Prof. Paul Dolan