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People who are good with numbers also tend to be less susceptible to some psychological biases, allowing them to make better financial decisions and accumulate more wealth. ... More>
While people tend to prefer the food option that’s most similar to the item they can’t have, they’re likely to be more satisfied with the option that diverges a bit. ... More>
We may believe that we’re making decisions consciously when the decisions have actually already been made, results from two studies show. ... More>
Past APS President Robert A. Bjork and APS Fellow Elizabeth L. Bjork of the University of California, Los Angeles, APS Fellow Stephen P. Hinshaw of the University of California, Berkeley, […]... More>
Selectively repeating information is surprisingly effective at persuading people to change their minds, according to new research. ... More>