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One response to “Three Myths of Behavior Change – What You Think You Know That You Don’t: Jeni Cross at TEDxCSU

  1. I totally agree with what she said about Myth#1, which is that in order for someone to change a behaviour, one must consider how the information is presented. Information really has to be tangible in order for us to change our behaviour because how would we expect people to change when they don’t have enough information ? Also, It is really true what she said about when you tell people that their behaviour may result in a loss of something, they automatically reconsider they behaviour, because of their fear of losing. I actually do that whenever someone tells about a consequence that may happen after a bad behaviour.

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