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The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee held a short follow-up investigation looking at behaviour change.
The Committee revisited the inquiry that the Science and Technology Sub-Committee I carried out in 2011 into influencing public behaviour which looked at how the Government can change the behaviour of the population, what interventions work and what don’t, how they can be evaluated and also at 'nudge' theory.
Lords Committee seek clarity on behaviour change interventions
The Committee ask Government about their policy of nudging people into changing lifestyles.
Science and Technology Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 13 May at 10.40am
Science and Technology Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 6 May at 2.25pm
Corrected oral and written evidence on the follow-up inquiry into Behaviour Change