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Unconscious decisions result in conscious consequences

Unconscious decisions result in conscious consequences

Sam Hosmer, Staff Writer

February 22, 2017


Filed under Features

The decisions one thinks about the least could be affecting one the most. In 2007, Cornell University asked 190 participants to estimate the number of food-related decisions they made in a day. These could have ranged from the location to type, or to quantity. The average speculation was 15. Afterwar...

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