Breaking Bad Habits: How Marketing Incentives Can Lead to Healthy Food Choices

The rise of processed foods in the past century has brought with it a rising tide of health concerns. Obesity, heart disease, and diabetes have all been linked to diets high in fat, sodium, and sugar, leading many to seek out healthier alternatives. But making the switch from cookies and potato chips to broccoli and apples is … Continue reading Breaking Bad Habits: How Marketing Incentives Can Lead to Healthy Food Choices

Large Group Interventions

The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science has a new issue available online. To view the December 2011 issue, please click here. Christopher G. Worley, Susan A. Mohrman and Jennifer A. Nevitt, all of University of Southern California, published "Large Group Interventions: An Empirical Field Study of Their Composition, Process, and Outcomes" as the lead article. The … Continue reading Large Group Interventions