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"Strengthening Economic Self-Sufficiency Programs: How Housing Authorities Can Use Behavioral and Cognitive Science to Improve Programs"

This 12-page report, published by the Center for Public Housing Policy, argues public housing authorities can use behavioral science research to decide which self-sufficiency programs to pursue that will best fit the needs of low-income households.

It offers guidance for public housing authorities hoping to adopt these programs and works to address questions including how years of poverty affect the brain and create barriers to success and the principles that should be incorporated by self-sufficiency programs to help affected residents overcome these barriers.

"Strengthening Economic Self-Sufficiency Programs: How Housing Authorities Can Use Behavioral and Cognitive Science to Improve Programs"

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