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Acknowledgements Part I: Background Material Chapter 1: Introduction- Yaniv Hanoch, Andrew J. Barnes, and Thomas Rice Chapter 2: A Brief Overview of Behavioral Economic- Thomas Rice, Yaniv Hanoch, and Andrew J. Barnes Part II: Shaping Health Behaviour Chapter 3: The Behavioral Economics of Tobacco Products: Innovations in Laboratory Methods to Inform Regulatory Science -Warren K. Bickel, Lara N. Moody, Sarah E. Snider, Alexandra M. Mellis, Jeffrey S. Stein, and Amanda J. Quisenberry Chapter 4: Understanding Alcohol and Other Drug Use via Behavioral Economics: Review and Clinical Applications -Michael Amlung, Joshua Gray, and James MacKillop Chapter 5: Behavioral Economic Tools for Promotion of Physical Activity -Tammy Leonard and Kerem Shuval Chapter 6: Using Behavioral Economics to Improve Dietary Intake: Alternatives to Regulation, Bans, and Taxation -Marie A. Bragg and Brian Elbel Part III: Detecting and Managing Disease Chapter 7: Improving Medication Adherence with Behavioral Economics -Steven E. Meredith and Nancy M. Petry Chapter 8: Integrating Principles from Behavioral Economics into Patient Navigation Programs Targeting Cancer Screening -Yan Li, Fernando A. Wilson, Roberto Villarreal, and Jose A. Pagan Chapter 9: Behavioral Economics and HIV: A Review of Existing Studies and Potential Future Research Areas -Sebastian Linnemayr Chapter 10: Behavioral Economics and Health Behaviors among the Poor: Findings from Developing Country Populations -Jill Luoto Part IV: The Role of Providers, Insurers, and Government Chapter 11: Applications of Behavioral Economics to Clinical Quality Improvement -Daniella Meeker and Jason N. Doctor Chapter 12: Using Behavioral Economics to Improve People's Decisions about Purchasing Health Insurance -Andrew J. Barnes, Thomas Rice, and Yaniv Hanoch Chapter 13: The Role of Government: How Behavioral Economics Can Inform Policies to Improve Health Behaviors -Aditi P. Sen and Richard G. Frank About the Editors and Authors Index

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Yaniv Hanoch is Professor of Decision Science in the School of Psychology, University of Plymouth, UK. Professor Hanoch is interested in the intersection between decision science, health economics, and psychology. His research interests include consumer decision making (especially with regard to health insurance), communicating (health) risk information, medical decision making, offenders' decision making and risk taking, and life-span changes in risk taking. He is currently serving as an associate editor of the Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. Andrew J. Barnes is Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Behavior and Policy at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, Research Associate of Massey Cancer Center, and affiliate faculty in the Center for the Study of Tobacco Products. His training is in health policy and economics and his research interests include applying behavioral economics to health policies, particularly in the areas of substance use and health insurance. Dr. Barnes is the co-author of the book Healthcare Systems in Transition: United States of America. Thomas Rice is Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, with a joint appointment in Public Policy. He is a health economist who has studied national health care systems, competition and regulation, behavioral economics, physicians' economic behavior, health insurance, and the Medicare program. The fourth edition of his book, The Economics of Health Reconsidered, was published in 2016. He led a team of researchers that wrote a book published in 2013 about the U.S. health care system, for the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies. Dr. Rice served as editor of the journal, Medical Care Research and Review, from 1994 to 2000.

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