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How habits work and how to use this knowledge to our advance [Psychology]
posted January 10 2013 18:15.52 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Smocking is a bad habit, excerpting is a good habit, drinking alcohol is a bad habit, brushing our teeth is a good habit... But what makes a habit a habit? How can we un-make a bad habit and how can we get a new good habit? Welcome to the power of habits!



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