There is a long history of evidence that shows how our behaviour is influenced by what others are doing around us.(AAP: James Ross)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelWith new rules restricting Victorians' activities and movements to try and stem the second wave of coronavirus cases comes the question of whether people will actually stick to them.There are at least two ways to answer this question, from a compliance perspective and a behavioural science perspective. Both lead to a similar answer: yes. But there are caveats when it comes to people's behaviour, and it's important we know them to keep compliance high.There are various compliance models that predict whether people will follow the rules.Victoria's new face mask rulesWearing masks will be compulsory for people outside the home in metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire from Thursday. Here's what we know about the new rules.Read moreThese models describe compliance as a complex formula of different motives (for example, economic or social factors), capabilities (having the knowledge or resources available to comply with the rules), a respect for the law, and the risk of detection and punishment (including severity) if caught.Looking at the current situation in Victoria, it appears many of these predictive boxes are ticked, meaning compliance should be high.For example, the new rules have been shared widely in traditional and social media, so most people should be aware of them. Daily messaging about the number of people dying from COVID-19 and the strain on ICUs provides a strong moral platform to motivate people to behave correctly.And widespread communication about the enforcment of the rules should cause people to feel they're likely to be caught if they break them. The Government has not set a time limit on the mandatory mask order.(AAP: David Croslin)Required behaviours are also highly visible,
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