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03 April 2012
A strong, but largely neglected, barrier to lifestyle change is situated in individuals’ behaviour itself, i.e., much behaviour is strongly habitual. The aim of the project is to examine effective techniques to influence car choice and use, and how sustainable habits may be formed and maintained.
This 3-year studentship is co-funded by the Wales Doctoral Training Centre (Wales-DTC), Shell Global Solutions (UK) and the School of Psychology, Cardiff University, with joint supervision of the student provided by Dr Stephen Skippon (Shell) and Dr Lorraine Whitmarsh (Cardiff).
Closing date: 30 April, 2012Start date: 1 October 2012
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