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Change (Psychology)

Feb 28, 2014 — At No. 6, The Power of Habit, explores the science behind habit-forming behavior.
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Jan 8, 2014 — In softcover nonfiction, William Knoedelseder looks at the family behind Budweiser, Charles Duhigg delves into the science of habit, Fred Kaplan explores an Army revolution, and Whole Foods' founder argues for businesses pursuing a higher purpose. In fiction, George Saunders delivers a collection of fantastical stories.
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Nov 18, 2013 — Publishers have flooded the market with books — both new and reprinted — about JFK this fall. Some hazard conspiracy theories or point out the failings of the Warren Commission. Others avoid the subject of the assassination, focusing on JFK's character and legacy. And one includes all 486 frames of the famous Zapruder film, published in their entirety for the first time.
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Dec 24, 2012 — How is it that some people are able to change their bad habits and reinvent themselves, while others try and fall short? As part of our annual series on the books we missed, New York Times investigative reporter Charles Duhigg discusses his book The Power Of Habit and about the science of habit formation.
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Mar 8, 2012 — Charles Duhigg explores the science of compulsion in The Power of Habit, which debuts at No. 10.
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Mar 5, 2012 — Every habit-forming activity follows the same behavioral and neurological patterns, says New York Times business writer Charles Duhigg. His new book The Power of Habit explores the science behind why we do what we do — and how companies are working to use our habits to market products to us.
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Feb 27, 2012 — In his new book, Charles Duhigg explores cutting-edge research into the neuroscience of habit formation — and how companies and advertisers are using it to their advantage.
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Jan 5, 2012 — It isn't just crafty marketing that draws us to that newest gadget, restaurant or travel destination. According to Winifred Gallagher's latest book, we're biologically predisposed to be attracted to novelty and change.
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Apr 18, 2006 — Jennifer Lewis-Hall, author of the new self-help book Life Changes, explains how to make changes in your life — big or small — one step at a time.
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Apr 2, 2005 — Novelist Francine Prose talks about her humorous new novel A Changed Man, in which a neo-Nazi goes to work for a human rights organization run by a Holocaust survivor. None of the characters are free from Prose's comic barbs.
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