In the past decade, behavioural science has gained traction in the public and private sectors by practically applying scientific insights into real-world situations with real stakes and outcomes.

To put it simply, behavioural science is the study of why we do what we do. It seeks to understand the ways we make judgments and decisions that inform our behaviour.

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