‘The Habit Mechanic’ Bibliography

I am fortunate to be able to stand on the shoulders of many groundbreaking scientists who dedicated their lives to developing some of the insights that underpin the “Habit Mechanic” approach. I have mentioned some of them throughout the course of this book, but below I also provide an overview of some specific research papers and books that have been most important in influencing my thinking over the years.

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