Behavioral tricks should be used to help people make good decisions that benefit themselves and their families. (Photo: IRStone/Adobe Stock)

Three years ago, we considered "behavioral enrollment" in a three-part series. An important inspiration was the work of Nobel prize-winning thinker Professor Richard Thaler and his writing partner Cass R. Sunstein, and their concept of using psychological "nudges" to help humans make appropriate decisions.

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