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DESIGN PARA MUDANÇA DE COMPORTAMENTO: UMA REVISÃO CRITICA

Mota, Juliana Gonçalves; Costa, Filipe Campelo Xavier da;

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Este artigo tem por objetivo realizar uma revisão crítica sobre as abordagens de design para mudança de comportamento e suas áreas de atuação. A partir desta análise, são discutidas oportunidades de desenvolvimento de projetos para a construção e manutenção de hábitos para o bem-estar, com foco nos processos de design orientados para a promoção do comportamento alimentar e da educação nutricional na infância. Dentre as perspectivas estudadas, o modelo proposto por Ludden e Hekkert (2014) foi assumido como o mais adequado para atender a este propósito, auxiliando na compreensão de processos de projeto para o engajamento dos usuários em práticas saudáveis.

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Palavras-chave: design para mudança de comportamento; processo de projeto; comportamento nutricional infantil.,

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DOI: 10.5151/despro-ped2016-0147

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Mota, Juliana Gonçalves; Costa, Filipe Campelo Xavier da; "DESIGN PARA MUDANÇA DE COMPORTAMENTO: UMA REVISÃO CRITICA", p. 1732-1744 . In: Anais do 12º Congresso Brasileiro de Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento em Design [= Blucher Design Proceedings, v. 9, n. 2]. São Paulo: Blucher, 2016.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/despro-ped2016-0147

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