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To break unhealthy habits, stop obsessing over willpower – two behavioral scientists explain why routines matter more than conscious choices

By Asaf Mazar, Postdoctoral fellow in Behavioral Science, University of Pennsylvania
Wendy Wood, Provost Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Business, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
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Understanding and changing the environment in which habits form is a critical step when it comes to breaking unwanted behaviors and forming healthy ones.The Conversation

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