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From: NPR

Stuck in a rut? How to appreciate your life again, according to science

A new job, apartment or relationship can all come with a sheen of excitement. But that luster fades after a while. And everything seems a bit duller.

There’s a term for that phenomenon, says Tali Sharot, a cognitive neuroscientist at University College London and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology: habituation. It’s “our tendency to respond less and less to things that are repeated or constant.”

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