How are habits formed: Modelling habit formation in the real world

@inproceedings{Lally2010HowAH,
  title={How are habits formed: Modelling habit formation in the real world},
  author={Phillippa Lally and Cornelia H.M. van Jaarsveld and Henry W. W. Potts and Jane Wardle},
  year={2010}
}
To investigate the process of habit formation in everyday life, 96 volunteers chose an eating, drinking or activity behaviour to carry out daily in the same context (for example 'after breakfast') for 12 weeks. They completed the self-report habit index (SRHI) each day and recorded whether they carried out the behaviour. The majority (82) of participants provided sufficient data for analysis, and increases in automaticity (calculated with a sub-set of SRHI items) were examined over the study… CONTINUE READING

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