Looking for unpublished / grey literature on behavioural change
02.09.2017, by Sibylle Classen in call for papers
We are currently conducting a review of studies that include behavioural change interventions based on social norms or normative information. Particularly, we are exploring how interventions that measure behavioural outcomes have been applied in field settings. As this is a broad area of research and many programmes are regularly applied outside academia, studies that are unpublished, that are in progress or in press, as well as those in grey literature, are very important elements of the sample that we will be reviewing.
We would be very grateful if you could please share with us any studies you have that broadly match this description. We are looking for unpublished studies that include behavioural change interventions that:
- Are based, measure and/or manipulate social norms or normative information
- Measure behavioural outcomes
- Were applied in field settings (we are excluding lab experiments)
Please send us any information through this link (http://bit.ly/2grtnNB) or answering this email (email@example.com). Of course, we will duly acknowledge any contributions in any publications.
Thank you very much for any information you might have!
Paulius Yamin, Maria Fei and Sara Levy
Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science - London School of Economics and Political Science