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The Science of Change
Behavior change is hard. Actively changing another person's behavior is even harder. But many companies have been able to crack that code. They're the companies who understand that people don't always — or maybe even rarely — act rationally. The Science of Change is a podcast that seeks to demystify how businesses apply the psychology of decision-making. Each episode, host Kristen Berman, behavioral scientist and co-founder of Irrational labs, interviews visionary product or organizational leaders to find out how they’ve leveraged data to learn about both their customers’ and their...
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4.9 stars from 53 ratings
Kristen and team do an outstanding job introducing behavioral concepts alongside a free-flowing discussion. They have some of the leaders in behavioral science in personalization on to discuss their work and provide valuable examples.
Averageuser23 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/05/22
I recently discovered this podcast after following Kristen’s work for some time. I’m blown away by the ability of Kristen to mesh the concepts taken from research and their application to some of the most well known products and brands.
zfjidjsnsod via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/17/22
Insightful and actionable
I have known about irrational labs for years, I was initially introduced to it by seeing Dr. Ariely on documentaries, Ted talks, YouTube etc. I recently enrolled in the irrational labs behavioral scientist Boot Camp and have been looking for more content like this where you get real world...Read full review »
make the SHFT via Apple Podcasts · Portugal · 03/16/22
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