In Hindsight: December

Aline Holzwarth on The Behaviorist

“Unlike the traditional ‘information’ approaches to health treatment, the behavioral science approach adds an appreciation for the complexity of the patients’ lives and understanding the person within their environment – ultimately to help people transfer their intentions into actions.”
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Banking 2025: The rise of the invisible bank

"Kristen Berman, a behavioral scientist and co-founder of Irrational Labs and Common Cents Lab, a Duke University initiative dedicated to improving the financial well-being for low- to middle-income Americans, said that the overarching trends in money have had mixed results for financial wellness."
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Lenders have reason to encourage faster debt payoffs

"Common Cents Lab teamed up with EarnUp — a financial services company that offers software for mortgage, auto and student loans — to learn more about borrowers’ debt repayment preferences."
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Stay tuned for more updates next month!

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