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Helpful vs. Harmful Quiz
ARE YOUR DAILY HABITS TOXIC TO YOUR BRAIN HEALTH?
How do you rate yourself? Answer 8 quick questions to learn how helpful or harmful your own habits are. Ready?
How often are you in back-to-back meetings or tasks without breaks in between?
Rate yourself on a scale of 0 – 4 (0 = never; 4 = all the time)
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Adam Leventhal, PhD - Professor of Population and Public Health Sciences and Director of the Institute for Addiction Science, University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine
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Sara Perry, PhD - Associate Professor of Management at Baylor University
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