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When they're under pressure, people making difficult decisions tend to give more weight to the upsides than to the potential risks, studies show. ... More>
Risk information is often difficult to understand, but research shows that transparent visual aids can help patients to make sound decisions about medical treatments, screenings, and lifestyle choices. ... More>
Teaching Current Directions
C. Nathan DeWall and David G. Myers on benefits of fast thinking and why smart people make foolish decisions. ... More>
Making business judgments, like forecasting the weather, always entails an element of uncertainty. Sound decision-making about when to spend capital – or, analogously, when to prepare for an incoming storm […]... More>
Henry L. Roediger, III, chair of APS's Publications Committee, says Impact Factors are a flawed measure in academic publishing. ... More>