Category Archives: Decision Science

Transitions: the sweet spot for behaviour change

Danny Kahneman introduced “the best idea I ever heard in psychology” on this week’s Freakonomics podcast. Continue reading

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Oasis vs. Prudential: two very different honesty plays

Ttwo honesty plays, two audiences and two very different communication goals. Continue reading

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What happens to today’s opinions tomorrow?

Byron Sharp’s How Brands Grow is the only marketing text I refer to on a regular basis. It’s well written and pulls no punches. His conclusions are based on single source datasets tracking attitudes and purchasing over time, giving them … Continue reading

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The price placebo effect

Our expectations delude us: it’s just a matter of degree. Continue reading

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Amazon mobile: the interface dictates the behaviour

Amazon’s legendary user experience costing them profit? Now there’s an irony… Continue reading

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Book review: Decoded, Phil Barden

If Phil Barden is right, all students of marketing should switch to psychology today. Continue reading

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