Common Cents Lab: Behavioral Economics to Encourage Sustained Health Behavior Change in EatSF Participants
Since the beginning of the year, EatSF has worked alongside the Common Cents Lab, a behavioral science research lab at Duke University, to better understand and identify EatSF program improvements through a behavior economics lens. The behavior economics framework considers the factors that inform the economic decisions and habits of individuals. With their insight, we hope to make changes to the EatSF program that will better encourage sustained, long-term health behavior change in our participants long after their completion of the program.
Read more about Eat SF’s success here.