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Imagine you are studying English. Perhaps you are learning new words or expressions.
But then you feel the need to check your phone. Perhaps you look on social media.
You return to your studies, only to look again at your phone a short time later.
This process, when repeated many times, could reduce your ability to learn new material.
Today, on Education Tips, we will explore how you can break bad habits, such as repeatedly checking your phone.
In an earlier Education Tips story, we explored habits.
Habits are ways of dealing with issues in your environment. You often do not think about them.
In the earlier report, we discussed how habits are made. Now, a quick reminder for you.
James Clear, in his book Atomic Habits, describes a four-step process by which habits are made.
These steps are cue, craving, response, and reward.
A cue is a signal. It tells your brain to do something: to begin a behavior.
想象你在学英语,也许你正在学习新单词或短语。
但是你觉得有必要查看一下手机,或许你会看看社交媒体。
你回来学习,只是很快又去看手机了。
这个过程重复多次,可能会降低你学习新材料的能力。

这就是你可能称之为坏习惯的东西――对你或你的目标有负面影响的习惯或重复性行为。
今天,在教育小贴士中,我们将探讨如何改掉坏习惯,比如反复查看手机。
在以前的教育小贴士中,我们探讨过习惯。
习惯是应对所处环境中各种问题的方法,你常常不会去想它们。
之前的节目中,我们也讨论过怎么养成习惯。现在,给你提个醒。
詹姆斯・克利尔在《原子习惯》一书中描述了养成习惯的四个步骤。
这些步骤是提示、渴求、回应和奖励。
提示是一种信号,它告诉大脑做一些事情:开始一种行为。
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