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Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin: “The Pull of the Past: When Do Habits Persist Despite Conflict With Motives?”
University of Southern California: “Habits.”
Journal of Clinical Medicine: “Effectiveness of Approaches to Increase Physical Activity Behavior to Prevent Chronic Disease in Adults: A Brief Commentary.”
BMC Psychology: “Exploratory study of the impact of perceived reward on habit formation.”
American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine: “Goal Setting and Action Planning for Health Behavior Change.”
Journal of Consumer Research: “Too Much of a Good Thing: The Benefits of Implementation Intentions Depend on the Number of Goals.”US Preventive Services Task Force Evidence Syntheses: “Behavioral Counseling to Promote a Healthy Lifestyle for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention in Persons With Cardiovascular Risk Factors: An Updated Systematic Evidence Review for the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force [Internet].”
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews: “Psychosocial interventions for smoking cessation in patients with coronary heart disease.”
British Journal of General Practice: “Making health habitual: the psychology of ‘habit-formation’ and general practice.”
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