Many of us know what we should be doing to live healthily, yet many of us struggle to actually actively manage our health. This report asks why and what we can do about it.
Natural human characteristics can make it hard to manage our money well. This report identifies six of these behavioural hurdles to financial capability, and explores what this means for financial education.
Our report suggests that climate change is not about 'the environment', it's a problem with seven main dimensions: Science, Behaviour, Technology, Culture, Law, Economy and Democracy.
Whilst spiritual identification is an important part of life for millions of people, it currently lacks credibility in the public domain. This report examines why we need spirituality to meet the challenges of the 21st century ...
Using research from behavioural science and our evolving understanding of human nature, we explore how effort, motivation, learning enjoyment, resilience, and overall performance at school can be influenced in ways not often ...
Acting on climate change is a moral imperative, but effective action depends on a fuller grasp of the complexity of the problem.
What is the practical significance of the scientific fact that the two hemispheres of our brains have radically different ‘world views’?
The Power of Curiosity report reveals that Britain may lack the kind of curiosity needed to stimulate innovation and solve our future energy challenges.
A better understanding of human behaviour could help the police adapt more effectively to current challenges in policing.
Since its first mention by David Cameron in his 2009 Hugo Young lecture, the Big Society has made an extraordinary impact on the public mind.