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I’ve worked in Washington, DC, for decades, so I have witnessed a fair number of political logjams, even a few government shutdowns. So I’m not quick to panic when the […]... More>
A brief delay between seeing a stimulus and having to make a decision about it can improve the accuracy of our decision, even if we don’t receive any new information in the meantime. ... More>
Conventional wisdom, backed up by substantial experimental research, holds that we’re more cooperative in negotiations when we can truly see the other person’s point of view. But in some cases, […]... More>