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Negative learning habits

They are conditioned by our environment, because it is our tendency to put ourselves into situations in which we feel safe.

When we’re comfortable with one learning style, we do everything we can to create situations and environments that allow us to exercise that learning style. Conversely, we avoid situations and environments that would have us use different learning styles.

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