In this episode, Toni speaks with Giacomo Sillari, an expert in Social Norms and Behavioral Economics in Rome. He explains why people tend toward optimism in the face of disaster, why and how we must adapt in times of crisis for our security and civic duty, why human behavior is possible to change, and how to teach ourselves and children to practice safe habits while keeping it fun.
This is an intense but important half hour. Transcripts will be available soon on our website so you can read all the great info, too.
Please note: brief mention is made of 9-11 and Hurricane Katrina as examples of human behaviors in the face of danger.
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