Persistence and Cost of Behavioral Programs. Presented to NASUCA Mid-Year Meeting June 25, 2012 by Jeffrey Loiter, Managing Consultant. What is Persistence?. How permanent is the behavior change? Is permanence of change dependent on continued feedback? Still not widely studied
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Presented to NASUCA Mid-Year Meeting
June 25, 2012
Jeffrey Loiter, Managing Consultant
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