Behavioral Research

Definition: Understand principles of human behavior; observe and analyze behavior to understand and influence decision making. Example: Use nudge-type interventions for better outcomes.

Relates to: Tell Stories. Create Experiences

SKILL DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES

ONLINE RESOURCES

Market Strategy
SHSMD logo icon Using the Voice of the Customer to Inform Marketing Efforts
What Marketing Research Can Learn from Behavioral Economics

BOOKS

Observing the User Experience, Second Edition: A Practioner's Guide to User Research, 2nd Edition

COURSE, WORKSHOP, OR SEMINAR

Market Research and Consumer Behavior
Observation


TOOL RESOURCES

Tools to support this skill may include:

Ethnography: Ethnography: Step-by-Step (Applied Social Research Methods)
Field Guides: Qualitative Research Methods: A Data Collector's Field Guide
Patient Intercepts: New Emphasis on Customer Service in Medicine
Patient Intercepts: The Patient Experience Toolbox: Providing Healthcare Leaders with Valuable Patient Experience Highlights