A preview of an infographic that outlines the research on and differences between addiction and habit. CC BY 3.0

Addiction Vs. Habit: An Infographic

September was National Recovery Month. And in September, science writer Megan Ray Nichols reached out. Megan made an infographic about the research on and differences between addiction and habit. It’s really interesting and well-designed! Check out the infographic and the sources below. 

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An infographic outlining the research on and the differences between addiction and habit. CC BY 3.0

Infographic credit: “Addiction vs Habit: Recognizing the Dangers” via Megan Ray Nichols, CC BY 3.0, no changes. 

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Understanding Addiction: How Addiction Hijacks the Brain. Via HelpGuide.org

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