New Year’s resolutions date back millennia, but the results are often the same

January 3, 2021 | UToledo in the News, Arts and Letters
By Christine Billau



Dr. Mojisola Tiamiyu, associate professor of psychology, discusses the “fresh start effect” wherein people are more likely to take productive action following milestones, good or bad.

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