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Mindfulness inhibits implicit learning -- the wellspring of bad habits

Being mindful appears to help prevent the formation of bad habits, but perhaps good ones too. Behavioral and neuroimaging studies suggest that mindfulness can undercut the automatic learning processes, such as implicit learning.
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