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Table 1 Mapping of bottlenecks to behavioral-economics principles and interventions

From: A behavioral design approach to improving a Chagas disease vector control campaign in Peru

  Advanced planning Block leader recruitment Contingent group lotteries
Actionable bottlenecks
 Time/schedule constraints   
 Logistics (Furniture moving, renters)   
 Stigma  
 Lack of awareness  
 Stranger in home  
 Insecticide concerns   
Behavioral-economic principles
 Consistency and commitment   
 Present bias  
 Bandwagoning  
 Framing    
 Reciprocity    
 Base-rate bias   
 Regret aversion   
 Attribution bias