Category Archives: decision making

Urban Forestry In the Schoolyard: New PLOS ONE Research on Trees and Student Performance

0000-0002-8715-2896 Research into how nature impacts our well-being has shown that being outside makes us feel better. Images of nature alone have been shown to lift people’s mood. But is there any connection with how Continue reading

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Can Random Numbers Affect Our Relationship Judgements? Yes…If We Like What They Imply

What are the odds, from 0 to 100%, that someone will break your heart within the next five years?
How did you answer this question? Maybe you thought about your past relationship experiences, or the person you’re dating right now. Maybe you th… Continue reading

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Too Macho for the Middle? Why Guys Don’t Compromise

Imagine you and your romantic partner are purchasing a new car together. You both prioritize safety and fuel efficiency, and you’ve identified 3 cars that you mutually like. The first car is extremely fuel-efficient. The second has superior saf… Continue reading

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