Behavioural scientists emboldened by success of using fear and shaming during pandemic, says author

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‘Behavioural scientists are quite emboldened by their success in the epidemic of using behavioural science techniques such as fear and shaming…in order to encourage people to comply with lockdown rules.’

Author Laura Dodsworth comments on government ‘nudge’ tactics.

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