Explain the two forms of habitual cueing and how habits and goals interface when predicting health behaviour. Which type of habit cueing is likely to be necessary for difficult to perform behaviours (i.e., complex behaviours with more than one step) such as exercising? Required Reading (Pages 36): Wood, W., & Neal, D. T. (2007). A new look at habits and the habit-goal interface.?Psychological review,?114(4), 843. Phillips, L. A., Chamberland, P. É., Hekler, E. B., Abrams, J., & Eisenberg, M. H. (2016). Intrinsic rewards predict exercise via behavioral intentions for initiators but via habit strength for maintainers.?Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology,?5(4), 352. Phillips, L. A. (2020). Challenging assumptions about habit: A response to Hagger (2019).?Psychology of Sport and Exercise,?47, 101502. Optional: Hagger, M. S. (2019). Habit and physical activity: Theoretical advances, practical implications, and agenda for future research.?Psychology of Sport and Exercise,?42, 118-129. Wood, W., & Rünger, D. (2016). Psychology of habit.?Annual review of psychology,?67. Phillips, L. A., Leventhal, H., & Leventhal, E. A. (2013). Assessing theoretical predictors of long-term medication adherence: Patients treatment-related beliefs, experiential feedback and habit development. Psychology & Health, 28, 1135-1151.