19 February 2020 20:00 - 19 February 2020 22:00
Opportunities and challenges of forming habitual behaviour in humans
Culloden Estate and Spa, 142 Bangor Road, HOLYWOOD Down, BT18 0EX
Habitual behaviour is a key part of the day to day management of animals so we need to understand how to break bad habits and create new ones.
Habits have played a key role in our survival since the origins of existence, with great minds like Aristotle pondering their role and use, the fabric of society reliant on them to function, and our day-to-day routines comprised of many inter-connected tiny habits. However, it is only recently that social scientists have started to unlock habits amazing potential for good, with examples including developments in human health helping us to eat well and exercise more; technology making us more efficient and effective in our day-to-day lives, and, behavioural economics assisting us in planning for the future and old age.
Join Jo for an interactive workshop, exploring how to practically implement evidence-based theories behind the formation of good, and the breaking of bad habits to make a lasting difference to the lives of animals.
BA MSc (Human) Behaviour Change Cer Campaign
Intended for: The Whole Practice Team
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