Community-engaged research is best positioned to catalyze systemic change

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 46:e152 (2023)
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Abstract

Addressing many social challenges requires both structural and behavioral change. The binary of an i- and s-frame obscures how behavioral science can help foster bottom-up collective action. Adopting a community-frame perspective moves toward a more integrative view of how social change emerges, and how it might be promoted by policymakers and publics in service of addressing challenges like climate change.

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