University of Technology Sydney

23794 Choice Architecture

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Choice Architecture uses behavioural insights to inform the design of decision contexts. This subject introduces the cognitive and philosophical foundations underlying choice architecture and “nudging”, reviews the major types of choice architectures, and reflects on the ethical implications of strategically manipulating the choice architecture.

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