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It's interesting how people's behavior can really affect how one choose to go about his/her medication. I wonder if what you wrote here about behavior economics also hold true foe people using social media. If it does, I wonder if businesses who are heavily doing their marketing campaign are taking advantage of these principles. I think that's why we have those brands that stick to our psyche like super glue.

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