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New analysis shows social norms can cross tipping points faster if new behavior is difficult for others to ignore

Group behavior in societies tends to change slowly, sometimes over many generations, even when our habits are killing us. If your friends, family and colleagues smoke, the chances are higher that you smoke too.
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