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Recreation Theory and Philosophy

Guide created for Recreation Leadership Course with Dan Caston.

Definition:

A habit is an act that is acquired by repetition and occurs without conscious thought. Examples of habits include mannerisms (i.e., saying "um" when speaking); psychological/physiological cravings, such as smoking or illicit drug use; emotional eating; nail-biting; and even reading preferences. 

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