Using behavioral sciences to help people make better decisions by and for themselves
Boosting is a policy approach that targets people’s competences and thereby helps people make good, informed decisions by and for themselves.
A boost is an intervention that enlists human cognition, the environment, or both to foster people’s existing competences or develop new ones.
How can we boost? What can we boost? Where can we boost?
Overview: The different types of boosts and application domains
Boosting people’s competences to deal with risks
Boosting citizens' competences to deal with the online world
Creating citizen choice architects
Frequently Asked Questions about boosting
How can we tell whether a boost is effective?
Check out these key papers for more on boosting
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