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In an op-ed, Prof. Adam Alter explains environmental cues that influence behavior

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Excerpt from The New York Times -- "Other environmental cues shape our actions because they subtly license us to behave badly. According to the heavily debated broken windows theory, people who are otherwise well behaved are more likely to commit crimes in neighborhoods with broken windows, which suggests that the area’s residents don’t care enough to maintain their property."

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