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Overwhelmed by ‘Baaghi 2’ response: Tiger Shroff

Tiger has been announced brand ambassador of Forca by Lifestyle

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Tiger Shroff has been trained in hardcore martial arts. Wikimedia Commons
Tiger Shroff has been trained in hardcore martial arts. Wikimedia Commons

Tiger Shroff’s latest release “Baaghi 2” has crossed the Rs 150 crore mark at the box office, and the actor is overwhelmed by the response. He says it was an exciting project.

“I am positively overwhelmed by the response the movie has received from all the fans. The success seen by ‘Baaghi 2’ would not have been possible without them. To be a part of a production that has become the fastest Rs 100 crore grosser of 2018 is very exciting and I am grateful to be a part of it,” Tiger said in a statement.

As per some media reports, action thriller ‘Baaghi’ sequel, ‘Baaghi 2’ is in making and people can expect it to be released in 2018 itself. Wikimedia Commons
‘Baaghi 2’ received amazing response from audience. Wikimedia Commons

He said there are lots of interesting things in the pipeline that he is eagerly waiting to share with his fans.

“With respect to ‘Student of the Year 2’, I am looking forward to see how everyone receives it,” he said.

Tiger has been announced brand ambassador of Forca by Lifestyle.

So what is his take on the modern man’s fashion?

Also Read: 8 Things You Didn’t Know About Tiger Shroff

“I think there are a lot of options for men in terms of dressing for various occasions. One of the trends is definitely comfort fashion. I personally feel that the clothes in fashion right now are the ones that offer a lot of movement which works best for me as I am always on the move — whether it is me going for my workout or performing a lot of stunts on a daily basis,” he said. IANS

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Train Your Brain By Following Good Habits Constantly

The researchers have created a model which shows that forming good (and bad) habits depends more on how often you perform an action than on how much satisfaction you get from it.

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Exercising Regularly can keep your brain healthy. VOA

If you want to form good habits — like going to the gym and eating healthy — then you need to train your brain by repeating actions until they stick, a new study suggests.

The researchers have created a model which shows that forming good (and bad) habits depends more on how often you perform an action than on how much satisfaction you get from it.

“Psychologists have been trying to understand what drives our habits for over a century, and one of the recurring questions is how much habits are a product of what we want versus what we do,” said Amitai Shenhav, Assistant Professor at Brown University.

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Exercise is crucial for everyone. Pixabay

“Our model helps to answer that by suggesting that habits themselves are a product of our previous actions, but in certain situations those habits can be supplanted by our desire to get the best outcome,” Shenhav added.

For the study, published in the journal Psychological Review, the researchers developed a computer simulation, in which digital rodents were given a choice of two levers, one of which was associated with the chance of getting a reward.

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The researchers have created a model which shows that forming good (and bad) habits depends more on how often you perform an action than on how much satisfaction you get from it. VOA

The lever with the reward was the ‘correct’ one, and the lever without was the ‘wrong’ one.

The chance of getting a reward was swapped between the two levers, and the simulated rodents were trained to choose the ‘correct’ one.

Also Read:Exercise Can Help Fight Against Deep Abdominal Belly Fat: Study

When the digital rodents were trained for a short time, they managed to choose the new, ‘correct’ lever when the chance of a reward was swapped. However, when they were trained extensively on one lever, the digital rats stuck to the ‘wrong’ lever stubbornly, even when it no longer had the chance for a reward.

The rodents preferred to stick to the repeated action that they were used to, rather than have the chance for a reward. (IANS)