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Real life investigations of Sustainability Conundrums: Drawing together Human Behaviour and Living Lab approaches

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Understanding how to study theoretical empirical questions in real life scenarios with the messy data associated with it is a complex problem.

In this talk I will address this challenge from two perspectives. Firstly, my PhD research focussed on understanding how human cooperative behaviour changes when it is studied in a laboratory in comparison to large scale naturalistic observational studies.

Secondly I will talk about it from a far more applied point of view using examples of past and present Living Laboratory projects where research has been used to inform operations.

This talk is part of the MRC Epidemiology and CEDAR Seminars series.

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