Behavioral economics blend insights of psychology and economics to better understand economic choices. The field of behavioral economics has increased the explanatory power of economics (and other related research fields) by providing it with more realistic psychological foundations. As such, knowledges from behavioral economics and persuasive technologies can be used to arrange environments that nudge people toward better choices.
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