Guide to Judson Brewer’s The Craving Mind by Instaread

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PLEASE NOTE: This is a companion to Judson Brewer’s The Craving Mind and NOT the original book.

 

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In The Craving Mind (2017), Judson Brewer argues that addiction is the result of behavioral conditioning. Certain behaviors are initiated by triggers and are associated with specific rewards, such as pleasure or distraction…

 

Inside this companion to the book:

 

·        Overview of the Book

·        Insights from the Book

·        Important People

·        Author's Style and Perspective

·        Intended Audience

 

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Instaread
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Published on
May 20, 2017
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Pages
22
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ISBN
9781683787662
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Language
English
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Genres
Self-Help / Substance Abuse & Addictions / General
Self-Help / Substance Abuse & Addictions / Tobacco
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