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Habit Development Concepts | Develop Good Habits – How to Form Habits Archives

What are habit development concepts? These are the building blocks of habits.

Some of the posts under the habit development concepts archive are about how to build habits.

Other posts define what exactly entails good and bad habits.

Then there are some posts that deal with keystone habits. Those habits that influence other habit development.

Finally, many posts deal with concepts that are core to understanding how to improve your habits. Things like habit triggers.



What ONE THING kills more habit changes than anything else?

Anyone who has ever tried to change a habit has probably experienced the “hot-cold empathy gap” at some point. What is it? According to Wikipedia the hot-cold empathy gap is: A cognitive bias in which a person underestimates the influences of visceral drives, and instead attributes behavior primarily to other, nonvisceral factors. In layman’s terms, […]

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The Hawthorne Effect: How Observation Helps You Maintain A Habit Change

Developing a habit isn’t always as easy as it sounds. In fact, you often need as much help as possible to follow through. One possible solution is to use a classic psychological principle to your advantage. Especially, there’s a study called the Hawthorne Effect (or Observer Effect) which has been proven to improve performance in […]

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What is Neuroplasticity?

Is it possible to change a bad habit? Can you replace limiting behaviors with good habits?That’s what many people claim is possible through Neuroplasticity. So what is neuroplasticity and how can it help you develop good habits? Put simply, the concept of neuroplasticity is defined as: Neuroplasticity ˌnu̇r-ō-pla-ˈsti-sə-tē The way the brain reorganizes itself by forming new […]

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