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      Why keeping eyes on litter promotes better behavior by Phillip Ball. BBC: Damien Francey et al. found that pasting an image of eyes below an symbol for trash disposal resulted in more 'good behavior' than images of flowers. #Human_Behavior #Psychology #Damien_Francey #Philip_Ball #BBC #Environment

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