How the Pandemic Has Tested Behavioral Science – Facts So Romantic

So… the UK government uses a group called the “Nudge Unit” to encourage people to do things. My grandmother would have probably called it the “Noodge Unit”, as in “Don’t be a Noodge!”.

In the interplay between behavioral science and policy, puffs of smoke abound. Photo illustration by metamorworks / Shutterstock In March the United Kingdom curiously declined to impose significant social distancing measures in response to the global pandemic.

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