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Here's what happens in your brain when you're trying to make or break a habit

By Ashleigh Elizabeth Smith, Senior Lecturer - Exercise Physiology, University of South Australia
Carol Maher, Professor, Medical Research Future Fund Emerging Leader, University of South Australia
Susan Hillier, Professor: Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, University of South Australia
Understanding what the brain does when you’re trying to change your behaviour can help you stick with new habits – or kick old ones to the kerb.The Conversation

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