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Sustaining Newly Acquired Hand-wash Behaviors

In the current context of social distancing driven by COVID-19, we’ve picked up or amped up a few behaviors – increased hand-washing is probably one.

But will these newly acquired habits sustain when the disease is no longer a threat?

We wrote a post on a behavioral sciences and design perspective on what someone can do to make the newly acquired hand-wash behaviors into a durable habit.

The post is linked here. And the entire post is available here in a PDF format (why would you read a PDF? ‘coz it has better formatting).

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