decision making

Can't make a decision? All you need to do is flip a coin!

Can't make a decision? All you need to do is flip a coin!

As per a study, people who make decisions on the basis of heads and tails are likely to make satisfactory choices, which also leads to ha...Read More

Empty stomach may alter decision making

Empty stomach may alter decision making

London: Whether you are going for a crucial business deal or salary negotiation for your new job, make sure you do not take major decisio...Read More

Curiosity entices people to make smarter decisions

Curiosity entices people to make smarter decisions

Washington: Curiosity can be an effective tool to tempt people into making smarter and sometimes healthier decisions, a new study has fou...Read More

Women compromise, men don’t while taking decisions

Women compromise, men don’t while taking decisions

New Delhi: A new study in the Journal of Consumer Research which finds that compromise always occurs among two decision makers when a wom...Read More

Why and how we take risks

Why and how we take risks

Washington D.C: A new study has shed light on what’s going on inside our heads as we decide whether or not a bird in the hand is worth tw...Read More

Brain plays key role in gauging errors

Brain plays key role in gauging errors

New York: The key element in our decision-making that serves to both gauging errors and revising our approach is confidence, suggested a ...Read More

How we control habits and decision-making

How we control habits and decision-making

New York: In order to help you identify between habitual and goal-directed action, your brain’s circuits compete for control and make a f...Read More

Without handicap, you can’t succeed-I

Without handicap, you can’t succeed-I

Meditation– NO matter whether you are rich or poor or have more problems than the other guy, if all the troubles of the world are gathere...Read More

How the mind takes decisions

How the mind takes decisions

Thus decision-making is a type tug-of-war between two or more wishes. The more intense wish wins the war, writes DR SHRIRANG BAKHLE.

Flashing lights, music can turn you into risky gamblers

Flashing lights, music can turn you into risky gamblers

New York: Adding flashing lights and music to gambling encourages risky decision-making, shows a study. The study which laid the groundwo...Read More

PM Narendra Modi regrets no say of contributing nations in decision-making

PM Narendra Modi regrets no say of contributing nations in decision-making

United Nations: Pushing for speedy UN Security Council reforms, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today regretted that nations contributing to...Read More

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