Our behavior is based on a lifetime of rewards for certain types of actions. Repetitive actions can become habits, good or bad. In many instances reinforcement is required for a habit to continue in use. If the reinforcement is removed, the habit can be changed or lost.
This eBook highlights three early behavioral therapists, Pavlov, Watson and Skinner, leaders in the field of Psychology during their time and how they paved the way to understanding how conditioning and patterns of repetitiveness form our habits and behavior.
Procrastination, OCD, nail-biting, and other undesirable habits are discussed in this eBook, as well as tips on how you can train your brain to unlearn bad habits and how using the same techniques one can acquire desirable habits.