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How to Control and Change Individual Behaviour: the world as installation

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Psychology as Social Science inaugural lecture

Date: Monday 26 October 2009
Time: 6.30-8pm
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Professor Saadi Lahlou

Changing individual behavior is a major stake for policies and management, but humans think and act as social beings rather than rational agents. The lecture will introduce Installation Theory, the principles of which can be used for governance.

Saadi Lahlou is director of the Institute of Social Psychology at LSE.

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