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In The Power of Habit, Charles Duhigg brings his investigative prowess to bear on the science of habit formation and its real-world applications. Distilling vast amounts of academic research, corporate strategy, and the life stories of subjects ranging from unnamed alcoholics to Michael Phelps, Duhigg organizes his findings into three broad categories: habits in individuals, in companies and other organizations, and in society.
In the tradition of investigative reporters who are worth their salt, Charles Duhigg is a gifted storyteller. Content to let most of his research lie in the background of The Power of Habit, he chooses to emphasize case studies, profiles of public figures, and other compelling anecdotes instead of statistics and laboratory studies. He describes a complex and fast-moving area of social science quite cogently, often collating it with real-world applications that are easy to grasp.
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