Posts by Author: Elizabeth Dries

Zoom Fatigue…And How to Navigate it in Research

By Elizabeth Dries / May 15, 2020

We researchers certainly feel the fatigue from increased virtual interactions during COVID. We’re pretty sure our participants do, too.
Their engagement is essential, which is why Brado’s Digital Center of Excellence (DCoE) and Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) have teamed to analyze and help alleviate “zoom fatigue” in research methodologies.

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Meme Monday: Why Is Everyone Baking?

By Elizabeth Dries / April 6, 2020

On Mondays, the Brado Behavioral Analysis Unit (B.A.U.) analyzes and explains the human behavior behind the memes (and more!) that they have been finding during this pandemic. Today, we’re exploring why everybody seems to be baking…

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What are we afraid of?

By Elizabeth Dries / March 20, 2020

In some cases, fear can paralyze, but it’s more likely to galvanize us into action. Which, as all of us are beginning to discover, begs yet another question: Is it the right action?

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Behind the Mind: Affect Heuristic

By Elizabeth Dries / January 22, 2020

Our emotions influence our actions.

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