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The Current Model (Habit Loop)

The Current Model (Habit Loop)

  • A cue is an external or internal trigger that signals the potential for a reward.
  • Craving is a feeling that motivates you to take action, and the strength of a craving depends on how you interpret the cue.
  • Craving leads to a response, and response is the actual action or habit you use to satisfy a craving.
  • The reward is the thing that actually satisfies the craving, closes the loop, and encourages us to repeat the action in the future.

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