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A growing body of research suggests that people tend to be more satisfied after making unalterable decisions rather than those they can undo. ... More>
A new study identifies one factor that may lead employers to view laid-off professionals with skepticism, even though they’re unemployed through no fault of their own. ... More>
New research on metacognition, or “thinking about thinking,” could help to explain why people are often overconfident in their performance on perceptual or memory tasks. ... More>