Why do we separate our plastic but end up throwing it in the trash anyway? How can we work with cognitive bias to nudge people toward healthier choices? And how do urinal flies save thousands of Euros every year?
Joost & Brian speak with Philip Jordanov, Cognitive Neuropsychologist at Neurofied. He answers these questions and discusses with us how understanding of human behavior can help us fight climate change.
Behavior change, cognitive bias, sustainability, neuroanatomy, evolutionary psychology, dual-systems processing theory, mental models, Amsterdam Fashion Week, ethical persuasion, artificial intelligence, systems thinking
Philip’s E-mail Address
- Thinking Fast and Slow, Daniel Kahneman
- Origins of the urinal fly
- Elephant and the rider
- Evolution and Neanderthals
- Intro to Systems Thinking
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