Our Certified Behavioral Economics Practitioner program provides students with a foundation in advanced psychology focused on business applications such as human decision-making, negotiation, marketing, and consumer behavior.
In this program, you will learn how to design and rigorously test a "choice architecture" that can help your managers make better decisions, create greater value for your customers, and improve business outcomes for your company. The program is structured to improve your analytical and decision-making skills and help you bring the principles of behavioral economics to your organization's most pressing challenges.
Through this course, you will also learn builds on much of the fascinating work in the area of behavioral economics and allows learners to develop a hands-on approach by understanding its methods and more importantly, how it can be harnessed by suitably designing contexts to “nudge” choice.
In eight modules, learners will be able to a) explain and interpret the principles underlying decision-making and compare the nudging approach to other methods of behavior change, b) learn how to critique, design and interpret the results of experiments; and c) design nudges and decision-tools to help people make better decisions.
Develop an understanding of the philosophy and the principles underlying the field of behavioral economics
Understand the differences between choice architecture / nudging and other approaches to behaviour change.
Understand the key elements of an experiment, differentiate between three basic types of experimental designs, and gain insight into ANOVA and regression techniques for analyzing data.
Use a prescribed process for designing your own nudges, and identify specific resources and tools you will need to execute a nudging strategy.
Apply some of the learnings and ideas to policy and business.
Introduction to Behavioral Economics
Heuristics and Biases
Neuroscience of Choices
Changing Behavior: Choice Architecture and Nudges
Peer Effect and Status Concerns
Applied Research Methods for Behavioral Economics
The supervised practice experience include 10 hours of direct contact hours and 6 hours of supervision with PSYREC's approved, accredited, certified supervisor.
*Students are expected to secure their own client.
**Supervision are conducted via online contact and reviewing case notes and recorded sessions.
Online and distance learning via our Learning Management System. Supervision will be conducted via Zoom and Skype.
This 80-hour, training program can be completed as quickly as two weeks or six-months according to your pace. It include 64 hours of theory and practice preparatory modules with 16 hours of supervised practice.
Standard fees: US$1000
Early bird fees (20% discount): US$800
Limited time only promotional price: US$188
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The Certified Behavioral Economics Practitioner (CBEP) Program is ideal for educators, business innovators and social entrepreneurs, coaches, managers, consultants, HR professionals, executives, leaders, facilitators, yoga teachers, nutritionists, body workers, doctors, psychologists and other mental health/wellness practitioners, teachers and educators, curriculum designers and more.
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