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Psychological Trigger

Psychological triggers are the stimulus that creates a reaction in a brain and/or body without he/she notices.
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Zettelkasten, June 29, 2020 (changes)

Notes

  • Psychological triggers are the stimulus that creates a reaction in a brain and/or body without the person notices.

  • We don't know exactly how triggers are formed, but some theories exist.

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