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Day in and day out, we make decisions–some tough, some trivial, some good, some bad. And as Yale University neurobiologist Dr. Daeyeol Lee told The Huffington Post in an email, “poor decision-making in many domains, including finance, family, and health can all dramatically affect our well-being.”
What’s really going on in our brains as we make decisions? Are there steps we can take to become better decision-makers? For answers to these and other questions, HuffPost Science turned to Dr. Lee, a professor of neurobiology and psychology at Yale and director of the university’s laboratory of cognition and decision-making.
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