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Another Great Example of a Helpful Nudge

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I have been a fan of the Smarter Lunchroom Movement ever since I decided to focus my career on behavioral science and cognitive disfluency. This is a great example of how we can use the most basic human behavioral tendencies to make the world a better place. And without being overt, controlling, or suppressive. With marketers using these same techniques to push us towards fast food, it is the least we can do…