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Digital products use conditioning to make you come back over and over

Digital products use conditioning to make you come back over and over Digital products use conditioning to make you come back over and over
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In Fogg’s course, (Tristan Harris) studied the psychology of behavior change, such as how clicker training for dogs, among other methods of conditioning, can inspire products for people. For example, rewarding someone with an instantaneous “like” after they post a photo can reinforce the action, and potentially shift it from an occasional to a daily activity.

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